Jersey City Farmer’s Markets are a vital source of nutritious food for many of our residents, and is one of the safest ways for people to get food and support our local economy.
The Farmer’s Markets are all open-air distributors of fresh produce and goods, and are monitored and licensed by the city’s Department of Health and Human Services. Every year, markets provide fresh produce and locally grown products to residents in every corner of the city.
Each market is mandated to abide by social distancing protocols. Customers are not be allowed to pick their own produce, but can give their verbal shopping list to market staff to pick out or use the market’s pre-order service for easier pickup.
Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmer’s Market Grove Street Path Plaza / OPEN – Mondays & Thursday 4pm to 8pm ( Pre-orders encouraged)
Paulus Hook Farmer’s Market Washington Street South of Dudley Street / OPEN – Saturdays 11am to 1pm
Van Vorst Farmer’s Market Van Vorst Park, Montgomery Street and Jersey Ave / OPEN – Saturdays 10am to 2pm
Journal Square Green Market Journal Square Path Plaza; Kennedy Boulevard between Pavonia and Sip Avenues. Wednesdays beginning May 27th 2pm to 8pm
Riverview Farmer’s Market Riverview-Fisk Park, North side / Sundays beginning May 31 10am to 3pm
Hamilton Park Farmer’s Market 8th Street at Jersey Avenue, Wednesdays, beginning June 3rd, 4pm to 7pm.