Visit. Play. Give.
COVID-19 Risk Level: Low (as of 04-01-21)
The Landa playground is closed due to structural improvements and will reopen very soon. The Landa Branch Library has moved into Phase 3 of its four-phased approach of returning to full service. Contact-free pickup and computer sessions by appointment will be available at all locations. Please continue to social distance and stay safe and healthy.
It is the hope of Landa Gardens Conservancy that the entire community uses and enjoys Landa Gardens. The grounds include the Valero Pavilion, a concrete sculpture designed and created by nationally renowned artist Carlos Cortés. The pavilion can accommodate a concert, can be used as a stage for children’s theater, story hour or puppet show, even a wedding or birthday party. The Gardens include beautiful landscaping, walking paths, benches, playground improvements, more than 7,000 plants, and a community garden.
Photography & Events at Landa Gardens
The library staff is in charge of questions regarding photography sessions, rentals, birthday parties, events, etc. Their email is firstname.lastname@example.org
How Your Donations & Support Help Us
Your support helps us keep the grounds looking beautiful!
Maintenance includes regularly cutting and trimming the lawn, replacing diseased or dead trees, keeping the playground equipment and irrigation system in good repair and supporting the community gardens.
Your support helps us to organize fun and family-friendly events!
During May Month, we organize great events that include yoga, cycling, reading, face painting, and movie showings in the gardens!
Your support helps our community have a great place for all to enjoy!
Many families from our community visit the grounds weekly. The kids enjoy the playgrounds and the grown-ups can sit, relax and read a book!
So peaceful and relaxing, we'll definitely be back!
– L. Frausto
It's our favorite library and we love the playground!
– K. Pruett
We love to spend time at Landa Gardens.
– U. Tovar
A beautiful, quiet and safe place.
– P. Estrada