Farmers Markets

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What is a certified farmers market? It’s a place where consumers can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, eggs, and honey with confidence that they are buying directly from the farmer that grew or produced it!

Certified Farmers Markets are considered essential services under federal, state, and local orders.  Markets have been given best management practices developed by Public Health to maximize safety during COVID-19. Last updated 5/27/2021.

Tuesday

Truckee (May-Oct)
10500 Brockway Rd 8 am-1 pm

Grass Valley (April 20-September 28)
Raley’s Pine Creek Center, Freeman Lane 8 am-1 pm

North San Juan *has not renewed for 2021
North Juan Community Center, 29140 Hwy 49  

Thursday

Penn Valley (year-round)
Western Gateway Park, winter: 10am-2pm, summer: 9am-1pm

Grass Valley (May 6 - August 26)
Corner of Neal and W. Main, 4 pm-7 pm
*Special hours June 24-July 29 6 pm-9 pm

Saturday

Nevada City
Summer: every Saturday May-Dec 8:30am-1pm
Winter: first and third Saturdays Jan-April 9 am-noon
Union Street between Broad and Coyote

Grass Valley (April 17-Nov 20)
K-Mart / McKnight Crossing parking lot, McKnight Rd, Old Auburn Road 8 am–12:30

Truckee (June-September)
Truckee Railyard Parking Lot, 8 am-noon