The Downtown San Jose Farmers’ Market is presented by Excite Credit Union in association with Kaiser Permanente. This year the Market is on South First Street, between San Carlos and San Salvador streets, in the SoFA District, less than a 10-minute walk from any point downtown.
Every Wednesday, explore our variety of unique vendors and stock up on local fruits & veggies. Shop handcrafted artisan goods such as jewelry, body care products, candles, crystals, clothing & accessories, decorative plants, and more.
Mark your calendars for our August 31 Culture Night Market Takeover! Stay tuned for details.
Market Match makes it easy to put more fresh fruits and vegetables on your family’s table. You can double your budget for fresh fruits and vegetables, up to an additional $10 per farmers’ market visit, when you make a purchase with your CalFresh/EBT (food stamp) card at your PCFMA farmers’ market
Ride VTA to the Farmers’ Market. Show your light rail or bus pass at the SJDA info booth and receive $1 in Carrot Cash to spend at the Market.
You’ll find fresh, seasonal produce from a variety of regional growers selected by our partners at the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association. There are also several hot food options for a quick, yummy dinner. You can also shop at the many special artisan vendors brought to the market by SJDA. For more details check out PCFMA’s live list of farmers and food vendors attending the market that is updated daily.
Get 90 minutes free parking at five (5) Park SJ Garages. The closest ParkSJ Garage is at Second and San Carlos streets. The Convention Center Garage, about a block away, has varying rates and does not offer 90 minutes of free parking. SoFA also has surface street and metered parking. Check ParkSJ.org for more info.
Show your valid ParkSJ parking ticket at the info booth for $1 in Carrot Cash.
Excite is a relatable, jean-wearing, never-boring, highly-caffeinated credit union. We’re made up of smart, friendly people who feel it’s our responsibility to take care of the neighborhoods we live in. And we want to give everyone the chance to build a financially stronger future – because together is the only way to step up to better.
Oh, we are also a very stable financially sound 69-year-old credit union with $650 million in assets and 43,000 neighbors (Members). We serve our neighbors in nine counties – Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, San Francisco, Monterey, and Alameda counties in California – and New Hanover, Pender, and Brunswick counties in North Carolina. We also offer the same great benefits to over 400 of our business friends. We’d be happy for you to visit us at excitecu.org. Federally insured by NCUA
We love your pets, however, California law prohibits them in the food section at the market unless they are certified service animals. If you bring your pet to the market (allowed in the artisan area), please bring a friend to walk them on the adjacent sidewalk and/or let them play in the SoFA dog park a block away.
We like to think everything about the Market is pretty special. But if you are looking for deals on fresh, local fruits, vegetables and other goodies, look no further.
Receive $1 in Carrot Cash when you show your valid VTA Light Rail or Bus pass at the info table. Check VTA.org for nearby bus stops and schedules.
Help keep the Market earth-friendly by using the compost and recycle bins.
The vendors are doing their part, too. They use biodegradable bags and compostable plates and silverware.
Thanks to Republic Services for assisting in zero-waste efforts.
Kaiser Permanente is recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Care for members and patients is focused on their total health and guided by their personal Permanente Medical Group physicians, specialists, and team of caregivers. Our expert and caring medical teams are empowered and supported by industry-leading technology advances and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the-art care delivery, and world-class chronic disease management. We are dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education, and improving community health.