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Midtown Farmers Market FAQ

Weather – Will the market be open in the event of rain or inclement weather?

The Midtown Farmers Market is open rain or shine. However, in the event of hazardous conditions (i.e. heavy winds, hazardous air quality or thunderstorms) the market may be cancelled. If possible, cancellations are announced by noon the day before the market via social media, on the market website, and market email list.


Bike Valet – How do I take advantage of the market’s free bike valet service?

Complimentary Bike Valey by SABA is available every weekend from May through September in the Pacos parking lot in Artisan Alley.


Compost – Where do I take my compost at the market?

There are compost containers provided by Resoil on Jazz Alley near the Producers Plaza off 20th Street on Saturdays at the Midtown Farmers Market. Recycling and compost is also available throughout the market just look for the red bin for compost and blue for recycling.


Dogs – Is the market dog friendly?

Yes! The Midtown Farmers Market is a dog-friendly events. Please keep your dog on a leash at all times and pick-up their waste. Dogs must also be kept at least 20 feet away from all agricultural producer and food vendor booths.


Food Donations – How do I make a food donation to the River City Food Bank?

Food donations for the River City Food Bank can be brought to the Market Information tent in the Market Square at the intersection of 20th and K.


Parking – Where can I park for the market?

There is ample free street parking surrounding the Midtown Farmers Market footprint.

Soliciting/Demonstrating – Am I allowed to distribute flyers, solicit for another organization, or demonstrate at the market?

Flyer distributing, demonstrating, or soliciting is not permitted within the market footprint. Individuals participating in these activities may do so outside of the market footprint on the sidewalk. The use of megaphones or loudspeakers is not permitted, and soliciting is prohibited during market set-up and break-down for safety reasons.