Dillon’s Community Garden will be located at the corner of Lake Dillon Drive and Tenderfoot Street behind the Summit Stage bus stop and will extend alongside the Dillon Fire Station. This area will consist of approximately twenty (20) raised garden beds measuring 4’ x 8’ along with berms of flower clipping gardens.
The Community Garden is a partnership between the Town of Dillon and non-profit High Country Conservation Center (HC3). HC3 provides services to other community gardens in Summit County and will be providing administrative duties. The garden will be built mostly by volunteers, and it is anticipated that the garden will be self-sustaining through community participation.
Applications for garden plots will be available online beginning March 1, 2018 for Dillon residents. This includes residents of Dillon, Dillon Valley, and Summit Cove. Beginning April 1, 2018, any remaining garden beds will be available to other community members. Click on this link to be directed to High Country Conservation Center's website to access the application and corresponding documents. Full payment is due (rental fee and deposit) at the time of application.