Sisterhood Gardens Plot Application
Sisterhood Gardens is a new community garden at the corner of Brotherhood Way and Arch St. We are now taking applications for plots in the garden. Each plot will be approximately 40 square feet. To qualify for a plot, you must be a resident of Oceanview, Merced Heights, or Ingleside, and not have a plot in any other community garden. Plots will be assigned by the end of October. Once plots are assigned, a Garden Committee will be formed and a Garden Coordinator elected. Having a plot qualifies you to sit on the Committee.

Please note: Filling out this form does not guarantee you a plot. Qualified applicants will be entered into a lottery for the initial plots, and a waitlist will be started. Once the Garden Committee is formed additional plots may be built, and those on the waitlist will be prioritized.

The Garden Committee will be in charge of developing rules and regulations for the garden, including the possible imposition of a membership fee. No membership fee will be charged until January 2017 at the earliest, and once the Committee has set up a fiscal body capable of handling fees.

For questions please email Hannah Copperman ( or You can also visit the website at

If you are filling this form out on paper, please leave it at IT Bookman Community Center, 446 Randolph St, San Francisco, CA 94132. The first plots will be assigned by October 22nd, 2016. Applications received after this date will be put on the waitlist.

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If you will be sharing this plot with other adults, please put their names and contact information here
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Do you or any of your family members have a plot in any other community garden?
Will you require ADA/disabled access to your plot?
Have you participated in previous Sisterhood Gardens community meetings?
If yes, how many times have you participated in these meetings?
Are you interested in taking a leadership role in the Garden Committee? This committee will take leadership in managing the construction of the gardens common areas, fundraising, organizing events in the community, etc.
By submitting this application, I commit to following all rules currently or in the future drawn up by SFDPW and the Sisterhood Gardens Committee with regards to community garden agreements and commitments.
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