Soil Request Form
Gardens in good standing can request soil, compost or mulch from GreenThumb.
Are you doing a construction project or have structures that need reinforcing? Gardens in good standing can request lumber from GreenThumb.
Sign/Open Hours Request Form
Have your Hours of Operations changed or do you need additional signage? Gardens in good standing can request an official sign from GreenThumb. Sign requests can also be made online, at the links listed below.
Do you need access to a nearby fire hydrant for your community garden? Gardens in good standing can request a letter from GreenThumb to receive a hydrant permit from DEP.
Membership Agreement Form
Have new members or updated contact information? Garden members must fill out a Membership Agreement Form.
Request a Sign Online
You can request parks signs through GreenThumb.
GreenThumb sign: A thin green sign with name and description of the GreenThumb program.
Routed Parks sign: A thick green sign with the garden's name and a Parks' leaf engraved in to it.
Open Hours sign: An 8 1/2-inch by 11-inch laminated sheet with the garden’s weekly schedule of open hours.
“Curb Your Dog,” or “No Dumping” sign: Specialized signs displaying garden rules.
We also make customized laminated signs upon request.
GreenThumb requires each garden to select a primary and a secondary contact person. This page explains what a GreenThumb Contact should and shouldn’t do.
A great way to increase attendance at your garden's events is to let us know about them! We will post your event on our events calendar, which can be seen by the public on the Department of Parks & and Recreation Calendar too.
Learn more about how to handle any issues that may arise in your garden. For any serious or life threatening situations or to report a crime, please call 911 or your local precinct.