11th Avenue Community Garden, Longmont


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11th Avenue Community Garden is located at the terminus of 11th Avenue just East of Baker Street. Go East on 11th Avenue until you come to a cul-de-sac. To the North are the Second Start Community Gardens, the 11th Avenue Gardens are to the South. This garden is a partnership between The City of Longmont and Growing Gardens and was built in 2010 as the first Growing Gardens community garden to serve Longmont residents. This garden location has two volunteer Garden Leaders who serve as the primary contact for gardeners during the main gardening season. 


2015 Program Fees 11th Avenue Garden

11th Avenue Garden in Longmont

Plot Size

Seasonal Plot Fee

Reduced Rate Plot Fee *

Full size 20 x 20 (400 sq ft)



Half size 10 x 20 (200 sq ft)



Raised bed (32 sq ft)




About the 11th Ave Garden Leaders: 

Lance Cayko - Co-Garden Leader 

Lance grew up in Western North Dakota splitting time between his family's sugar beet farm and a rural town of 500 people.  His family always grew vegetable gardens and everyone in the family helped out in the garden from a very young age.  Since then, he's been gardening at 11th avenue for over 4 years and typically grow tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, onions, peppers, cucumbers, and lettuce.  Following the leads of his grandparents and parents his children Kyler and Kaiya also help out in the garden happily. :)


Heather Yocum- Co- Garden Leader

Heather has been gardening at 11th Ave. community gardens since 2013. She has been growing houseplants and container gardening since college and jumped at the opportunity to really dig in (pun intended) when she moved to Longmont. She loves being outdoors, growing extra zucchini to treat her chickens, and is interested in learning more about growing different flowers and herbs to support pollinators.