If you’re interested in becoming a vendor, please contact us by email at Fairfaxcity@hotmail.com.
Many product categories are filled, however, if you’re selling a unique product, we may have a space for you. If we don’t have a space, we can add your company to our waiting list. Food vendors must have VDACS or Health Department approval.
Liability insurance is required for all vendors.
Please note — The Downtown Fairfax Coalition (sponsor of the Farmers’ Markets) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is prohibited by Federal law from engaging in political activity which includes participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office. In addition, the Coalition is generally not allowed to attempt to influence legislation.
The Coalition Board of Directors has established the following policies:
Political and religious groups cannot be vendors in the markets. The Coalition is unable to provide spaces free of charge. The markets are solely for the sale of fruits and vegetables, foods, arts and crafts, and other consumable products. Yard sale/flea market vendors are not permitted in the Saturday. The Coalition is considering adding a flea market to the Sunday Market. Final approval of vendors rests with the Downtown Fairfax Coalition. Because product diversity is essential to a successful market, the Downtown Fairfax Coalition reserves the right to accept or reject any vendor.
Political merchandise (buttons, t-shirts, bumper stickers, posters, etc.) from past, present, or future campaigns and literature (brochures, flyers, leaflets, etc.) that promote a specific political or legislative agenda cannot be sold or distributed at the markets.