Amend Park Community Garden

In 2014, The Billings Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with the Billings Metro VISTA Project opened Billings’s first city-owned community garden at Amend Park. The garden received a citation of merit award from the Montana Trails, Recreation and Parks Association for Agency Excellence in 2015.

Applications for the growing season of 2017 are now available!

To download a copy of the application, please click here.

You may also drop by our office to pick up a physical copy. You may either mail your application to our office, or bring it in person. Please include your payment method with your application.

Mail or bring applications to:

Billings Parks and Recreation

390 N 23rd St

Billings, MT 59101

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  • The garden is located on the northeast corner of Amend Park off of S Billings Blvd
  • It is one acre in size, with various plot sizes available: 10′ X 10′, 10 X 20, or 20′ X 20′ ground plots,  3′ X 6′ raised beds, and a greenhouse.
  • Plots range in price from $10 to $40 depending on the size
  • All applicants must pay an additional $15 deposit that will be refunded at the end of the season as long as the plot is properly maintained
  • Plot fees can be waived based on income eligibility
  • The garden season lasts May-October
  • Water hook ups are available near each plot (all plot owners are responsible for watering their own plot)
  • All skill levels are welcome
  • Workshops and social events are held throughout the summer to help gardeners along the way
  • All gardeners can sign up to have a garden mentor who will help them throughout the growing season

Please reach out to our VISTA member, Lillian Muecke, with any questions or concerns:

Phone: (406) 657-8308

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Volunteer for events
  • Help with garden maintenance
  • Teach a class
  • Become a garden mentor

Click here to download a volunteer application


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