The Platteville Farmer’s Market has been in Platteville since 1980. We moved to City Park in 2004. The Market is partnered with Platteville Main Street Program to provide the Platteville Main Street Nutrition Program and is committed to helping make Platteville a better place for its residents.
Only handmade or homegrown products are sold at the Market.
PROVIDING THE COMMUNITY WITH A FARMERS MARKET SINCE 1980
The Outdoor Platteville Farmer’s Market and the Indoor Platteville Farmer’s Market are owned and operated by the Platteville Farmer’s Market, Inc. The purpose of Platteville Farmer’s Market, Inc. is to create a healthier and more vibrant community with long lasting economic and ecological benefits. The goal of the Market is to reduce gaps in the local food supply chain and stimulate the local economy by providing venues that increase access to locally produced goods.
The Platteville Farmer’s Market, Inc. provides an outlet to:
Did you know you can use your SNAP benefits at the Platteville Farmer’s Market?
Farmer’s Market participation as a SNAP retailer has increased healthy food access for low-resource families and provided additional revenue sources for local farmers.
Patrons of the Market are welcome to bring their beloved pets to the Market in accordance with the guidelines.
As an essential service, the Platteville Farmer’s Market is OPEN AND OPERATING with modifications due to COVID-19. In addition to being an essential business, with food insecurity heightened, the food supply chain at risk, and local economies struggling, farmers markets can fill a critical health and economic gap. We have made market modifications to ensure we can continue to operate and provide fresh and healthy food to our community.