City of Sturgis
Go To Search
Community Garden
The Sturgis Community Garden Project began in 2012.  The garden areas were created to allow citizens who may not have room for a garden a place to plant and raise produce.  The Sturgis Parks Department helps with tilling and provides water.  The plots are leased out each year for a nominal fee to cover the costs of water and insurance.  Both gardens are fenced and each garden area contains one shed for garden tools.  Those gardeners approved for spots are given the combination for the gate and shed locks. 


City Park Garden 10' x 20' spot = $25.00
Ballpark Road Garden 5' x 4' raised beds = $5.00

The City Park Garden is located west of the soccer fields between Tom's T's and the City Park on Blanche Street. 
NEW in 2017 - The Ballpark Garden is located at 1061 Ballpark Road which is the corner of Ballpark Road and Arizona Street. 

2014 Garden.jpg
2014 Community Garden
Community Garden Board Members:
Cristen Kuno
Kelly Huisenga 
Richard Deaver 
Tom Termes  

2017 Applications will be taken March 1-31 at the City Finance Office.  Those gardeners who had a spot in the City Park Garden in 2016 will get preference for the same location. Those who want to apply for the new location on Ballpark will be chosen in a lottery style drawing in mid-April.
If you are interested in having a garden spot, please review the Community Garden Rules.

Applications for the 2017 Community Garden are available at the Sturgis Finance Department located at City Hall or you can download an application here and turn it in to the Finance Office. The application deadline is March 31.   You must pay when you make application.  If you are not awarded a spot, you will receive a full refund.  A kick-off meeting will be held on April 6 at 7:00pm in the Lazelle Room at the Sturgis Community Center. Unclaimed spots from the City Park Garden and all spots at the Ballpark Road Garden will be awarded at this time. 

contact us
City of Sturgis,1040 Harley-Davidson Way, Sturgis, SD, 57785 • Ph: (605) 347-4422 • 

Handicapped IconIn accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, familial status, sexual orientation, and reprisal. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)