What Villa Parke Community Garden Will Look Like

Architect Glen Dake has created a modernist-looking design for the community garden at Villa Parke Community Center, for which Pasadena Community Gardens Conservancy is the city’s official community partner and a major supporter. The following pages show the designs for the main garden of raised beds, which will be located – for security purposes – on the second floor outdoor patio of the center. In addition, the designer has created a “Head Start Garden” to serve the families of Villa Parke’s 100

Community Garden at the Villa Parke

Things are shaping up quickly at the new Community Garden at the Villa Parke Community Center - our city's first public community garden - set serve 30 low-income, mostly Spanish-speaking families in Northwest Pasadena, and more than 100 Head Start pupils and their families. This new garden should be open and operating just a few weeks after the Christmas holidays. And the donors of the Pasadena Community Gardens Conservancy are among its major supporters - in a unique project funded by