2020 Market on Main FAQ

Will the Market on Main happen this year?

YES! Farmers Markets have been deemed essential services by the State of Colorado and the Department of Agriculture to provide fresh produce to Colorado communities.

Are there restrictions and guidelines due to COVID-19?

Yes, Farmers Markets in Mesa County have been working closely with the State of Colorado, Mesa County Public Health, and the Colorado Farmers Market Association to develop regulations keeping in mind the health and safety of our community. For the most up-to-date list of guidelines, please visit this page.

Where will the Market take place?

Beginning July 9, the Market on Main will take place in the parking lot at the Grand Junction Convention Center located at 1st Street and Colorado Avenue to best accommodate the guidelines from MCPH. As COVID-19 guidelines continue to loosen, Downtown GJ will work with MCPH to determine when we will be allowed to move the Market on Main back to Main Street. We are hoping to have the Market moved back to Main Street by August 6, 2020.

Am I required to wear a mask?

Yes, all customers, vendors, and market personnel will wear masks at the market during any interactions. Vendors are allowed to remove mask when customers are not at their booth.

What vendors will be at the Market?

As of June 18, 2020 there are no restrictions from MCPH regarding what types of vendors are allowed to sell products at the Market. Customers can expect to see produce, other agriculture products, artisan items, food and snack vendors, etc. Please review the 2020 Market on Main Rules and Regulations for descriptions of vendors that are accepted into the Market.

Will you be offering SNAP and Double Up at the Market?

Yes! For the 4th year, the Market on Main will be offering Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB). Be sure to visit the Downtown GJ booth to receive your vouchers and other information.

Are dogs or other pets allowed?

No, dogs and other pets are not allowed at any market due to health and safety concerns. Service animals are permissible.

Do you offer online ordering/pick-up?

Yes, we will be launching an online ordering and pick-up option for customers soon through Source What’s Good. Both Palisade Sunday Farmers Market and the Fruita Farmers Market are offering this service as well.