Saturday Morning Farmers Market


Saturday Morning Certified Farmers’ Market
8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Year-round - closed holidays - Canceled 9/5/2020 due to excessive heat

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The market is located in the municipal parking lot on Redlands Boulevard between Fifth and Sixth streets.

Certified farmers’ markets provide local farmers with the opportunity to sell their crops directly to the consumer. Before farmers are allowed to sell in the market, the government ensures the farmers are only selling the agricultural products that they actually grow!

Support your local farmers and buy your fresh produce at the Saturday Farmers’ Market and find everything you need straight from the farm!

Some of the produce you will find at the market includes eggs, squash, blackberries, avocados. tangerines, strawberries, lettuces, onions, blueberries, grapefruit, Brussels sprouts, lemons, garlic, carrots, persimmons! Visit our “What’s in Season” page to see what becomes available with every season.

Certified Farmers’ Markets are food facilities permitted by the County of San Bernardino. No animals (except service animals) are allowed at Market Night or the Saturday Farmers’ Market. Also, look for signage for areas that smoking is prohibited.

Saturday Farmers' Market Rules and Application

(909) 798-7655

We Accept SNAP/CAL Fresh at the Farmers Markets

We are accepting SNAP/EBT benefits (Supplemental Nutrition Program using an Electronic Benefit Transfer) at Thursday Market Night and Saturday Morning Certified Farmers Market.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Saturday Morning Farmers Market hours?

The Saturday Morning Farmers’ Market is open from 8 am-11 am every Saturday, except holidays. The parking lot is closed to the general public for parking from 7 am-12 pm.

Can I bring my dog to the Saturday Morning Farmers’ Market?

Non-service animals are not allowed at the Saturday Farmers’ Market (Ordinance Sec. 12.40.110 RMC) without a permit issued by the City of Redlands.

Do you accept EBT/SNAP benefits?

The Saturday Morning Farmers Market proudly accepts EBT/SNAP benefits. See the Market booth attendant to purchase your easy to use EBT script.

Can I smoke at the Saturday Morning Framers Market?

Smoking is not permitted at the Saturday Farmers’ Market. PER RMC 8.54.035.

What happens if the weather is poor?

The Market will be open rain or shine unless the Market Manager deems the weather too dangerous.

Can I use debit or credit cards at the market night?

Each vendor differs. If needed, there are multiple ATM machines located in downtown Redlands.

What is a certified farmers market?

According to the California Federation of Certified Farmers’ Markets:

  • California Certified Farmers’ Markets are the “Real Thing”, places where the farmers sell their crops directly to the public.
  • Before a farmer can sell at a “Certified” Farmers Market, the government checks to makes sure that the farmer grows the produce that the farmer is selling.
  • Elimination of packing, shipping, and wholesale costs means both the farmer and consumer can save money.
  • Safe, nutritious, vine and tree-ripened fruit and vegetables that are California-Grown and Certified by the State of California.

Why should I shop at a farmers’ market?

  1. To support local farmers and the economy
  2. Better quality and taste
  3. Healthy, safe options
  4. Seasonal produce
  5. Socialize and connect with your community
  6. Try something new
  7. Discover where your food comes from
  8. Learn new cooking tips, recipes
  9. Custom portions and sizing
  10. Enjoyable for the whole family

Are prices higher at a farmers’ market than a grocery store?

Prices are often competitive, even lower than many supermarkets. Customers benefit from the reduced costs that are associated with farmers choosing to sell at a farmers market. Reduced packaging, less transportation, and no middle man, means better prices for the consumer- also, better quality!

Is it an organic market?

While many of our farmers meet several USDA organic standards, we are not an official organic market. Farmers that are classified as organic must have signage indicating so.

Learn more about federal standards for organic farming here.