In 2001 the city built a free municipal parking lot in the Uptown area at the corner of Schnebly Road and Peach Lane. Gardens for Humanity constructed the Sedona Schnebly Memorial Garden at this site which was the last home site of T.C. and Sedona Schnebly.
Gardens for Humanity was also responsible for rescuing the irises originally planted by Sedona Schnebly. Children from the Sedona-Oak Creek School District created the tiles mounted on the reconstructed homestead and gardens.
The garden and parking lot was awarded First Place by the Arizona Main Street Program for Best Public Improvement in 2002. In 2003 the garden was awarded the Arizona Main Street Award at the Governor’s Rural Development Conference in the category of Best Public/Private Partnership.
Lot hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. All vehicles must exit by 10 p.m.