Daybreak residents can rent garden beds in the warmer months to grow produce, flowers, herbs and other plants.
2020 Online Registration - Starting April 4
Due to coronavirus social distancing efforts, registration will be done online and over the phone in 2020. Please follow these steps.
- Please download and complete the fillable garden plot registration form.
- Email the completed PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Review the below garden plot maps and have a few garden plot preferences in mind.
- John will review the applications in order they are received in his inbox starting April 4 and call renters to confirm the individual garden plots they would like to reserve.
- Renters need to drop off their payment at the office dropbox within a week to confirm registration.
- Association staff will add marker stakes to individual garden plots.
- March 1 - Garden plots available to residents of Daybreak who rented a plot the previous season.
- April 4 - Garden plots available to all Daybreak residents on a first come, first served basis.
Garden Plot Rental Details
- Plot fee is $0.55 per square foot (subject to change). Prices range between $23 - $150 per plot depending on the size.
- Check or money order is required for all garden plot payments. Cash and credit cards are not accepted.
- Tenants of Daybreak are required to submit a $50.00 deposit for each plot reserved.
- LiveDaybreak will deliver fresh soil at the beginning of every season to each garden for renters.
- North Shore gardeners must visit the Daybreak Community Association office to obtain a faucet key.
- The growing season ends on Nov. 1. Current gardeners are responsible for cleaning everything out of their plots leaving nothing but dirt behind no later than Nov. 15.
- The Association will provide organic waste removal bags to each garden from Nov 6 - 15.
- The trash bags are only for cleaning out garden plots, please do not use them for other waste.
- If your plot is not cleaned out at the end of the season you will be charged a $50 fine per plot and will not be invited back to garden next year.