Milwaukie Farmers Market Policy for Non-Profit Organizations
Due to our continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic and our commitment to our vendor and visitor safety, we are going continue to suspend availability our non-profit booth space for the 2021 season. We are hopeful to be able to bring back this program in 2022.
The Market will provide a free booth space to non-political, non-religious civic, community or non-profit organizations that serve the Milwaukie area, on the following terms:
- An organization approved by the Market will be given a 10’ by 10’ space at one or two markets per season, as space allows, without paying a charge for the booth.
- The organization may offer literature or other information, and may solicit volunteers for activities or potential members (e.g., have a sign-up sheet or registration card), but may not circulate petitions or gather signatures for political purposes (e.g., provide form letters to be signed).
- The organization may accept cash, check or credit card contributions.
- The organization may sell tickets to an event or raffle tickets raising funds for the organization and its mission.
- The organization may NOT sell goods of any sort.
- All activities must be undertaken within the confines of the booth area – organizations are not to approach people in the aisles of the Market who do not come up to the booth.
- The organization must supply its own table(s) and tent. The booth must be clearly labeled with a banner or large sign indicating the name of the organization.
Organizations interested in applying for space at the Market should fill out the application on this website. The request should specify the kind of activity the organization proposes and the preferred date. The Market reserves the right to reject any proposal and will only schedule organizations based on space availability.
Many visitors make a walk to the Market part of their Sunday routine — a little exercise, fresh air, and a chance to check out what’s new around downtown or along the riverfront. Bring a backpack and come on foot!
Getting to downtown Milwaukie by bike couldn't be easier. Located on the banks for the Willamette River there are multiple "bike-friendly" was to get to the Market. The Springwater Corridor Trial, the major segment of the "40-Mile Loop" is just 1 mile north of Downtown Milwaukie</a>. From Downtown Portland and close in SE enjoy the scenic ride from the East-Side Esplanade, through Sellwood and right to the Market. The 6.5 mile ride was created on decommissioned railroad lines so it makes for an easy Sunday morning ride! For more information about getting around by bike in and around Portland visit The City of Portland's website.
Take the Orange Line! Your Market is just an easy four-block walk from the Main Street MAX Station — coming by MAX is a less-stress alternative to circling for a parking space! ! Learn more
Don't feel like driving to the market? No problem, Tri-Met offers several easy ways to get to the Market. Check out how many buses come straight to Downtown Milwaukie and less that 100 feet from the Market!
29-Lake/Webster Rd • 30-Estacada • 32-Oatfield • 33-McLoughlin • 34-River Rd • 70-12th/NE 33rd Ave • 99-McLoughlin Express • 152-Milwaukie
Use Tri-Met's handy Trip-Planner for the best way to get to the Market!
The Milwaukie Sunday Farmers Market is easy to get to. Centrally located on McLoughlin Blvd/99E we are just minutes away from Downtown Portland to the North and Oregon City to our south. You can take I-205 to the Milwaukie Expressway/ HWY 224 or you can connect easily from I-5 to 99E. We have plenty of parking available throughout he city and with great shops and restaurants to check out! Click here for Google Maps and directions! See you at the Market!!