Farmers Markets & Specialty Markets in the Greater Phoenix Area
A big thank you to our amazing community coming out to support our farmers & artisans. We appreciate you! Our vendors & staff are making huge efforts to keep a safe shopping environment. We are happy to see customers using sanitizers, gloves and observing SAFE SPACE.
New shopping standards include:
*No touching by customers. Only vendors can touch their own products. All products selected by vendors, bagged, and then handed to the customer.
*Limiting use of cash. Patrons may pay vendors with a credit card, inserted by the customer into the square mobile device, no signature.
No onsite cooking. Prepared foods must be in covered containers ready to go for take out.
*Produce Vendors are also adapting with new practices. Please follow their direction to maintain social distancing & limit contact with produce.
*We endeavor to provide safe shopping for our Senior, disabled or immune compromised customers the opening hour of each market, please check market hours as they are changing for summer. If you do not fit this group please try to come at a later time.
Ahwatukee Farmers Market - Open Sundays
Anthem Farmers Market - Closed for Summer
Carefree Farmers Market Open Fridays
The Capitol Farmers Market Closed for Summer
Downtown Chandler Market Opens June 6!
Farmers Market on High Street Closed for Summer
Old Town Scottsdale Open Sat NEW Hours
Roadrunner Farmers Market Open Saturdays
Sun City Farmers MarketClosed for Summer
Verrado Farmers Market-Closed for Summer
Most of our markets accept EBT/SNAP/WIC and AZFMNP Vouchers
Participants in the “Community” markets are required to be LOCAL direct producers, family members or agents of the producers. Generally the producers are small local growers or farmers. The typical farming method is pesticide free or organic. Farm size ranges from large backyard to a few hundred acres. Other participants are direct producers of food items, and in some markets, arts & crafts are available for purchase. We are always open to new agricultural vendors, food producers, and directly produced artisans.