SFC Farmers' Market - Downtown

Open Year-Round, Rain or Shine
Republic Square Park, 4th and Guadalupe
Saturdays 9am - 1pm

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PARKING:

Limited (108) free parking spaces at 1/2 of surface lot just south of market, and at City Hall parking (2 blocks south). Reduced paid parking at State Parking Garage $3 for the entire day, if you enter between 7 am to 11 am.

DIRECTIONS:

General rule of thumb for avoiding traffic or street closures coming to Downtown market:

From I-35 traveling to the west to get to the market: Go to MLK exit, take MLK to go westbound. Go all the way to (almost) Guadalupe, but turn in the slight branch-off of the street to your left to access Guadalupe. Continue down Guadalupe to 4th and 3rd Streets to get into your favorite parking spaces (including the free 700-space State Parking Garage at 3rd and San Antonio).

From from Mopac (Hwy 1) traveling to the east: Take Cesar Chavez/5th Street exit. Take 5th Street just several blocks to Guadalupe, and turn right. Go to Third Street, and turn right again. Find one of your favorite parking spaces next to the market, in the LAZ parking lot (top 1/2 only!) or in the free 700-space State Parking Garage at 3rd and San Antonio.

ABOUT:

This market accepts SNAP Lonestar cards and WIC EBT cards.

The SFC Farmers’ Market is the largest certified growers-only farmers’ market in the state (over 110 farmers and other vendors; four main markets established in 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2012).

The SFC Farmers’ Market is not only certified by the Texas Department of Agriculture, but also by the more rigorous Texas Certified Farmers Market Corporation, a statewide professional agricultural trade organization that requires farmers’ markets to have 51% or more farmers at their markets. It is a project of Sustainable Food Center, a local non-profit 501 (c)(3) health and human services organization.

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