Bringing the Community Together
Harrisville City Farmer's Market (HCFM) believes in making a community-based event that helps support a happy, healthy lifestyle for our city. We believe that this starts with access to local, fresh foods. Thank you for being an active part of helping us fulfill this goal. If you as a vendor have any special requirements, please let us know and we will do our best to try to accommodate your requests.
Rules and Regulations
Please review the following rules and regulations, which are subject to change at any time at the discretion of HCFM. Any updates will be sent via email to the email address provided in vendor application.
1. HCFM personnel reserve the right to refuse participation to vendors not in compliance with Market rules and regulations or not meeting Market standards which include, but are not limited to, following all local, city, state, and federal laws and regulations. All required sales tax collections and remittances are the sole responsibility of the vendors.
2. HCFM welcome all regardless of race, creed, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, age, nationality, or marital status.
3. Security is not provided by the Farmers Market. If you have any concerns, please see a member of market management. If theft occurs of there is a life threatening emergency call 911. Please be aware of what is going on around you and do not leave your booth or cash box unattended. Harrisville City Police Department is aware of the HCFM and will be present periodically during the events.
4. Electricity at the Farmers Market is in short supply and will be used on a first-come, first-serve basis. Personal, quiet generators are allowed and encouraged if electricity is needed.
5. Harrisville City Farmer's Market will be open rain, snow or shine.
6. Harrisville City Farmer's Market is not liable for any injury, theft, or damage to either the buyer or seller, or their property, arising from or pertaining to preparation for or participation in the Harrisville City Farmer's Market. Regardless of whether such injury, theft, or damage occurred prior, during, or after the Market. Sellers further agree to indemnify and hold Harrisville City harmless for and against any claims for such injury, theft, or damage. Each Vendor is required to provide their own insurance and show proof upon request.
7. All issues, disputes, suggestions, or concerns will be communicated to a Farmers Market Management Staff member.
8. Solicitation or distribution of any marketing or advertising material is prohibited outside of an approved Farmers Market Vendor and/or designated booth space. This includes but is not limited to: flyers, handbills, stickers, and promotional items of any kind.
1. All vendors who sell goods and seek a booth space will be accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Booth space is limited, but no jury process is used by HCFM to allow or deny vendors access to the market.
2. The Harrisville City Farmer's Martket is not a public forum for political, commercial, or religious organizations for the purposes of recruiting, marketing and/or advertising.
3. All vendors assume full liability for the products they market or sell and hereby agree to hold Harrisville City harmelss against any claim of injury or damage by any buyer, seller, or other persons resulting from the use, consumption, display, or marketing of vendors' products.
4. Each Farmers Market vendor will need to provide their own shelter or table, including shade canopy. Space provided for a booth is a grassy area 10' x 10'.
5. The vendor and his/her famly members are allowed to sell at the booths. The name listed on the application is responsible for ensuring that the staff is properly trained to know the Market's policies.
6. To qualify as a full season vendor with an assigned and permanent spot, payment must be made in advance. Please do not send payment until you have been notified that your application has been accepted and a space is available. Once your application has confirmed, payment may be made in person at the Harrisville City Offices at 363 West Independence Blvd. Harrisville, Utah 84404. Mailed payments may be sent in check form only.
7. Vendors are assigned approximately 10' x 10' spaces in Harrisville City Park (1350 N. Highway 89). Each Space will be marked on the grass with a plot number, please refer to Market staff for questions on space assigned. Please keep items contained within your assigned plot to allow customer walkways between booths. Vendors are responsible for providing their own equipment. All displays/booths must stay within my designated space. Over extending may require an extra fee and/or relocating to a different space at the Market at the Staff's discretion.
8. Prepaid vendors are required to notify by either email or phone if they will be late or absent 48 hours in advance. Non-compliance or repeated absences without proper notice can result in forfeiture of permanent spot.
9. Vendors are expected to have their booth set-up and be ready by market opening at 5:30 PM. HCFM Staff have the right and will assign a weekly vendor to a full season vendors space if the full season vendor has not arrived by 5:00 PM. Vendors are expected to stay for the duration of the market 5:30-8:00 PM.
10. Each day of the market, vendors must sign-in at the North-East end of the Harrisville Park bowery to be assigned a spot for the day. Once a vendor has been assigned a spot, they are allowed to set-up for the day.
11. Vendors have two options for participation in the Farmers Market, a weekly option or a seasonal option. Fees for a weekly vendor are $10.00 per week. For businesses participating as a vendor in the HCFM, no additional business license is needed through Harrisville City. Payment of booth fees will be made through the Harrisville City Offices at 363 West Independence Blvd. Harrisville, Utah, 84404.
12. Vehicles must be unloaded quickly to give space for others to unload. Vendors must give consideration to visitors when parking and will not be allowed to park in stalls directly adjacent to the park. If vendors would like to sell items directly from the back of a truck bed, please let HCFM staff know in advance and one parking space will be made available directly behind your booth for the market.
13. Vendors are responsible for their own garbage. Vendors must clean up their selling spaces at the end of each day. Vendors are responsible for keeping their area clear of debris and garbage throughout the Market day.
14. Market management has the authority to move and reassign vendor spots to enhance or facilitate market operations.
15. Any required sales tax collections and remittances are the sole responsibility of the vendor.
16. Market vendors should respect one another's space and have a right to sell their products without intrusion.
17. Price, terms of sale, etc. are between buyer and seller only. Prices must be posted for all items sold at your booth. The individual vendors will determine their prices for all products sold, but we request that vendors maintain fair retail market pricing. Neither Harrisville City nor any other party will make any warranty on sold or purchased goods.
18. Submission of the electronic application serves as electronic signature which serves as a binding agreement. HCFM will assume that all applicants and employees are aware of the guidelines and policies. Violations will be documented, and the second violation warrants removal from the Market for the duration of the year. Any vendor that the Market Staff determines is violating Market policies may be asked to leave at any time without refund. The vendor, in turn, may petition HCFM Staff for approval to be re-accepted to the market.
For questions or concerns, we can be contacted at
Harrisville City Offices
363 West Independence Blvd.
Harrisville, UT 84404