City Market’s mission is to provide our community with access to fresh, healthy food.
Farmers Market Hours
April – October
Saturdays 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sundays 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
November – March
Saturdays & Sundays 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
OPEN DAILY. ALL YEAR. ALL LOCAL.
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SNAP/EBT & Double Up Bucks Matching
Got SNAP benefits? Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are accepted by several City Market specialty grocers and many Farmers Market vendors. Some people refer to these benefits as EBT benefits. Here are the basics to know to shop using your benefits at City Market:
EBT/SNAP benefits can be used for prepared foods, like a packaged cheese spread or a jar of pickles, but EBT/SNAP benefits cannot be used for hot, ready-to-eat foods such as a burger and fries.
The following City Market specialty grocers accept EBT/SNAP transactions*:
*You must use your EBT/SNAP debit card at these businesses; they do not accept the tokens used for Farmers Market vendors.
Many Farmers Market vendors participate in the EBT/SNAP program. Farmers Market vendors are located under the three sheds in the center of City Market. They are required to post a sign in their booth so you can easily spot them. Farmers Market vendors can only accept TOKENS for EBT/SNAP purchases; they cannot accept EBT/SNAP debit cards.
Visit the SNAP booth in the 5th Street Lobby (see hours below) during the Farmers Market to use your EBT/SNAP debit card to get your desired amount of $1 SNAP tokens to shop participating Farmers Market vendors.
Extend your EBT/SNAP benefits with Double Up Food Bucks tokens that provide a SNAP benefit match while funds are available. You can match up to $15 of your EBT/SNAP benefits per day; it’s a dollar for dollar match in Double Up Bucks tokens that may only be spent on fresh fruits and veggies which can translate to $15 extra dollars to spend on Farmers Market produce per day.
EBT/SNAP cannot be used to purchase the following:
–Beer, wine, liquor, cigarettes or tobacco
–Pet food, dog biscuits
–Non-food items, such as: soaps, paper products, household supplies
–Food intended to be consumed in the store and “carry-out” orders