The Leesburg Community Garden at Jason ‘Doc’ Titus Field is just West of Herlong Park at 700 E. North Boulevard. The garden is completely fenced in to provide security for the equipment as well as keeping out any four-legged vegetable thieves. Each plot holder will receive a key to access the garden, and two sheds are on site to house gardening implements that plot holders wish to leave at the site.
Each plot is 20’ x 15’, and multiple plots can be leased. There is plenty of parking in front of the fence, and a 20’ roll gate in the event someone needs to pull into the fenced area to unload heavy or large amounts of material. There are also 6 water spigots available for plot holders to water their gardens. The spigots and the water are provided by the City of Leesburg; however gardeners must bring hoses and sprayers. Gardeners may not connect or construct irrigation system for plot. Plot holders may use sprinklers and handheld sprayers.
A 20’ roll gate is provided to allow gardeners to pull vehicles into garden area to allow easier loading and unloading.
Once a year the parks staff tills all the garden plots for the gardeners.
Garden is fully fenced in to provide safety for plots, and gardeners. Each plot holder is issued a key to the lock.
Water spigots are available for gardeners to water their crops. While the city provides the water, the gardeners must provide the hoses and sprayers.