Come Plant with Us!

The Cleveland Circle gardens are the gateway to downtown St. Paul. The flower beds are at the intersection of West 7th and 5th streets next to the Xcel Energy Center. The gardens are named for Horace Cleveland who first laid out the park systems in St. Paul and Minneapolis. (Both cities rank in the top three of urban park systems nationwide). This service project aligns with Rotary International's pillar of Environment.

Spring planting and fall clean up are the two big events. Happy hour always follows! 
How Can Rotarians Participate?
  • Help plant in Spring (many hands make light work)
  • Help weed every two weeks (on your own or with a friend)
  • Help clean up the beds in Fall
  • Join the Cleveland Circle planning team