Farmers' Markets

Farmers Markets - Photo of Baskets of tomatoes


Sundays 9 a.m. - 1 p.m
June 7 - Nov. 22, 2020
Beacon/Bartlett parking lot

3 - 6 p.m.

June 15 - Nov. 23, 2020

N. Euclid Ave. & Broad St. (Garland Parklet lot next to firehouse)
Wednesdays 3 - 6 p.m.
June 3 - Nov. 25, 2020
Carrick Dairy District, 1529 Brownsville Rd.

3 - 6 p.m.     

June 12 - Nov. 20, 2020

Allegheny Commons Park, East Ohio St. & Cedar Ave.


postponed until further notice

DOWNTOWN -- postponed until further notice
Mellon Square, Smithfield St. & Sixth Ave.



As of October 12, market hours for East Liberty, Carrick and North Side are 3 - 6 p.m.


Photo of baskets of various tomatoes at farmers' market.

NEW IN 2020 -- enhanced health and safety measures 

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the four City-operated markets located in Carrick, East Liberty, North Side and Squirrel Hill will introduce a variety of enhanced health and safety measures to minimize the spread of coronavirus.

“Most of what shoppers have come to love in past years will remain the same, such as same days, times, locations and vendors, and again this year, all farmers’ markets will accept food stamps (SNAP), credit and debit cards,” said Brian Katze, Manager of the City of Pittsburgh Office of Special Events. “New this year will be enhanced health and safety procedures for shoppers and vendors. Also, many of our vendors accept advance orders and payment online, so we’re encouraging patrons to preorder from their favorite vendors to limit time spent at the markets.”

“This year’s changes directly address opportunities to minimize the spread of coronavirus, and we recommend that at-risk individuals attend the markets during the first hour of operation when crowds tend to be smaller,” said Katze. “When markets open in June, our policy will be no lingering, no sampling, no pets on site. Also, no food will be prepared on site, although such food will be prepackaged to take and enjoy elsewhere.”


PLEASE NOTE: Shoppers and vendors will follow COVID-19 guidance issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the CDC. 

On-site health and safety procedures at the four markets will include the following instructions for shoppers:

• Wear a face covering • One shopper per household • Maintain social distance of at least 6 feet • Pay with card or exact amount • Wash/sanitize hands • No pets permitted • Do not enter if sick

For more market information, follow @PghEventsOffice on Twitter, LIKE @PghEventsOffice on Facebook or call the Special Events hotline at 412-255-2493.


SNAP Program logo

All farmers’ markets accept food stamps (SNAP), credit and debit cards as part of Just Harvest’s Fresh Access program. 

Food Stamp shoppers receive a special match at the farmers' markets.  Beginning September 1, spend $5 and earn $2 towards the purchase of produce. CLICK HERE for more information.  


The Fresh Access program enables shoppers to use their food stamps -- as well as credit and debit cards -- to buy fresh, nutritious and locally-grown food.  Food Bucks give Fresh Access food stamp shoppers extra money to spend on fruits and veggies.