Both vendors and customers can see who is at market each Saturday by checking out our market & vendor map; updated weekly during market season: WEEKLY MARKET & VENDOR MAP

The 2017 market will run every Saturday, June 17th through September 30th, from 9 AM to 2 PM, at the corner of Laurel & 2nd Street in downtown Tillamook. Follow the link below to apply to be a Tillamook Farmers’ Market Vendor:  VENDOR APPLICATION & RESOURCES

Tillamook Farmers’ Market gladly welcomes community groups, non-profits, and other organizations that support our community members. If you represent a community group and would like to have a space at the market, please contact us.

FAQ’s for Vendor Applicants: 

What are the vendor fees?

  • Season Vendors (all 16 market days): $320, due by May 1st, 2017 (Full season vendors will be charged a $10 rebate returnable upon completion of one hour of setup/breakdown)
  • Partial Season Vendors (every other week = 8 market days): $210, due by May 1st, 2017
  • Week by Week Vendors: $30/market day, plus a yearly $10.00 application fee (non-refundable)

Is there an electricity hook-up at the Market?

  • Yes, for a one-time fee of $10.00.  Anyone using electricity needs to provide their own cords. Vendors are responsible for laying and covering their own cords and returning cord covers in a organized fashion. Extension cords shall be a minimum of a 12 gauge, three-conductor size with polarized or grounded plug and receptacle. Refer to section 7.5 of the Oregon Fire Code.

Does the market supply canopies or tables?

  • No, Vendors are expected to bring their own canopies, weights, and any set up that is needed

How do I become a vendor?

  • Fill out the Vendor Application (listed above) and mail or email it to us

What type of products are allowed at the market?

  • Traditional Agriculture (produce, flowers, nursery stock, plant starts, etc.) and value added (baked goods, fermented products, jams/jellies, etc.)
  • Prepared Foods (hot on the spot!)
  • Arts/Crafts (must be vetted by the board and manager)

Do you accept non-profit or community groups into the market?

  • Yes

Is there a fee for community groups?

  • Yes, but only IF they are selling products or money is being exchanged

What are your rules?

  • Please see our Market Policies listed in the Vendor Application & Resources section above

How many vendors do you have?

  • We averaged over 50 vendors at our market during the 2016 season.

If you have questions that have not been answered here, please see our 2017 Vendor Handbook 2017 Vendor Application or contact our Manager. 

A few photos of some of our  Vendors:

Peace Crops


Bear Creek Artichokes


Wilson River Pottery