Now in its 11th year, the popular neighborhood market will be reopening with a lineup of 20+ small local farms and food businesses, offering a diversity of fresh fruits and vegetables, food crafts, and hot prepared foods for Mission residents. More vendors will be joining the lineup further into the spring season.
Mission Community Market takes place at 22nd Street between Mission and Valencia. The market is accessible from the 24th Street BART station, as well as the 14, 49, and other MUNI lines. Find Bay Area transit information, maps, and schedules at www.transit.511.org.
Double Your CalFresh/EBT Dollars with Market Match:
CUESA farmers markets accept EBT (CalFresh/food stamps). Customers using EBT can double their dollars (up to $10 per market day) through the Market Match program, which offers free market coins redeemable only for fruits and vegetables.
Farmers markets are open as an essential service to provide critical access for our community. Please shop safely while supporting local farms and food makers. Help us ensure a safe market experience for everyone by wearing a face covering at all times, staying six feet apart, and following these COVID-19 safety guidelines: cuesa.org/covid19
Mission Community Market
Thursdays | 3 pm-7 pm
Seasonal – March to November
Bartlett Street (between Mission and Valencia Streets) and 22nd Street
– Fresh farmers’ produce
– Prepared foods from local food entrepreneurs
– Crafts and artisan goods from Mission small businesses
– Public space for sitting, eating, listening to music
– Community space for arts, youth and physical activities
Learn More: missioncommunitymarket.org | CUESA
How to get there: The market is accessible from the 24th Street BART station, as well as the 14, 49, and other MUNI lines.
CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs.
Updated 3/21/21 – Event info last checked via website