2018 Leasing Information
Plots are available for lease to Barrington residents only. For your convenience, you can download the entire registration packet and follow the instructions below. Please make sure to review the packet as it contains important information.
If you've never leased before...
Registration for Barrington residents who have never leased a plot will be held at the Barrington Community Garden on:
Saturday, March 31, 2018, 3 pm - 5 pm
Sunday, April 1, 2018, 10 am - Noon
There will be registration packets onsite, but you can also download one and bring it with you. The community garden is located on the Wampanoag Trail on the right, just after entering Barrington (southbound), across from Hundred Acre Cove.
Payment must be made by check imprinted with a Barrington address or, alternately, the application should be accompanied by a copy of a valid RI driver’s license showing the lessee’s Barrington address. Please make check payable to "Town of Barrington" with "BCG" in the memo section.
If you can't make it to the onsite registration, you can mail in your registration to the Barrington Community Garden, c/o Cyndee Fuller, Barrington Town Hall, 283 County Road, Barrington, RI 02806. We will process your information after Sunday, April 1.
Please note that by signing up onsite, you have the opportunity to select your plot versus having one assigned to you. In addition, plots are available on a first-come, first serve basis and we cannot guarantee availability.
We encourage you to read more about the Barrington Community Garden.
If you'd like a second plot: After April 1, we will accept separate applications for second plots, as available. In the application for your primary plot, you can specify if you wish to lease a second plot. Please don't send in payment for the second plot with your primary registration; we will contact you as second plots are available and collect payment then.
Pictured right: One of the many donations that the Barrington Community Garden has made to TapIn, which serves East Bay residents in need, and to Sojourner House, which services victims of domestic violence.