About the Community Garden
Established in 2011, the Town of Perinton Community Garden is located in Potter Park (53 W Church Street, Fairport, NY). The garden was once the original site for a WWII Victory Garden. Victory gardens were vegetable gardens planted by community members coming together to ensure adequate food supply for civilians and troops.
The garden offers 100+ raised garden beds to Fairport/Perinton community members. The plots are 8ft x 4ft and members can grow vegetables, herbs and flowers. The space also features a pollinator garden, vertical gardens and a worm composting system.
The Town of Perinton Community Garden seeks to steward the beautification of a safe, positive, and healthy space for members to deepen their connections, knowledge and grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
The vision of the Town of Perinton Community Garden is to celebrate the rich heritage of “Victory Gardens” by nourishing community connections with educational programs, food donations and sustainable living and gardening.
Becoming a Member & Registration
Registration is a first come, first served basis.
- Fill out registration form (located on community garden webpage or in person at the community center)
- Pay and submit form to community center
- Fill out community garden member agreement – sent by email
Bed assignments will be distributed once registration confirmation and community garden member agreement have been received by the community garden coordinator.
2024 -2025 Registration
For current members September 23-October 15, 2023
For new members October 16, 2023
Perinton Parks Department
(585) 223-5050 ext. 2029
50 Cobb’s Lane, Fairport, NY 14450