About the Redmond Farmer's Market

Our goal is to create a vibrant community gathering place with locally grown and handmade products, participation from non-profits and local business, and a focus on family friendly activities and education.  The location will move to the Centennial Park expansion located at Redmond City Hall to accommodate more product diversity, live entertainment, and interaction. The market is sure to be bigger and more festive than ever!

We accept SNAP!

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), is a Federal program that provides nutrition benefits to low-income individuals and families that are used at stores to purchase food.  We are proud to support community access to fresh, local foods. SNAP, WIC (Women’s Infant & Children) and OHP recipients are provided with an additional 5% discount on all food purchases.

SNAP participants can use their EBT cards at Redmond Farmer’s Market to purchase:

  • Foods for the household to eat, such as:
    • breads and cereals;
    • fruits and vegetables;
    • meats, fish and poultry; and
    • dairy products.
  • Seeds and plants which produce food for the household to eat.

Double Up Food Bucks!

Redmond Farmer’s Market is pleased to partner with Farmers Market Fund to provide the Double Up Food Bucks program to its shoppers. 

Double Up Food Bucks provides free matching funds for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, previously food stamp) participants to purchase healthy, locally grown fruits and vegetables. For every dollar spent on SNAP-eligible foods at participating farmers markets, Double Up Food Bucks participants receive an additional dollar to spend on regionally grown fruits and vegetables.

To use this benefit, shoppers simply bring their Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards to their local market’s information booth, where they can swipe their cards to receive SNAP tokens and Double Up Food Bucks to spend at vendor booths.

This year, the daily matching amount has doubled from $10 to $20 of additional funds to spend on locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. A family that spends $20 of its SNAP benefits at the market will receive an additional $20 in Double Up Food Bucks to spend on fresh produce, for a total of $40!