Community Gardens, like the one’s in Daybreak , help build roots with neighbors and create a deeply connected community.
During the Summer months, residents are able to participate in one of six community gardens that encompasses more than 250 garden plots! At Daybreak residents are growing more than just vegetables, they are spending time with family, neighbors and lots of local ladybugs.
The facilities are a gardener’s dream. Water, benches and shade. The sustainability of community gardens are a huge part of the neighborhood planning process. Because the gardens are a central feature you get a feel of an enhanced community. Gardens increase the quality of life by providing a way for neighbors to grow roots together, get outside and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine, all while working toward a common goal.
There is something very rewarding about eating the fruits of your labor and healthier too!
Come see for yourself the beautiful Daybreak Community Gardens that will begin to be in bloom very soon. If you’re new to the community, stop by the Glass House Information Center and ask for a map.
Residents interested in renting a garden plot for the 2015 season can contact the Daybreak Community Association at 801-254-8062.
6172 W. Lake Avenue
South Jordan, UT 84009
Enjoy a croissant and a cup of chai in our combo information center-café. Then learn all about the Upper Villages and our newest thinking as you prepare to tour 14 model homes in Highland Park and six models in our newest 55+ village, Springhouse.
Take Bangerter Hwy. to South Jordan Pkwy (10400 S.). At the roundabout continue towards Lake Avenue. Follow Lake Avenue, look for signs to The Hub and Model Homes.Get Directions