Free Market Parking 3pm -7pm. Next to market entrance. Parking attendents will direct you to an available spot.


Nourishing The Community
The Mukilteo Farmers' Market is designed to bring together families, neighbors, visitors and local food producers to create a sense of community and social gathering, enhancing our quality of life and strengthening our economy. We strive to serve culturally and economically diverse populations, and to increase access to fresh, locally produced, nourishing and safe foods for all people including children, the elderly, and families with lower incomes.

The Women, Infants & Children Nutrition Program (WIC) & Seniors Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) will be available, once again, at the market. Families who participate in these programs will be able to redeem their checks at most of our farmer booths.

This year the market will have a donate money container for the Mukilteo Food Bank. At the end of the year we will deliver the donations to the food bank. Last year we collected $141.00!

Due to the huge success of last years battery recycle program, the market will be collecting used batteries again. Bring your used batteries to the market and they will be properly disposed.

Forgot your bag? Recycled shopping bags are available (while supplies last) at the market entrance. If you have extra bags, drop them off so others can use them.

Each week the market will host a non-profit organization booth. This year's line up included: Mukilteo's Police Department Crime Prevention Officer, Mukilteo Community Garden, Master Gardeners, Heifer International, Soundside Marine Life Rescue Center, and many more.

This Market is the result of incredible community support and the willingness of many people to engage in an experience.

Residents of Mukilteo and surrounding areas have an opportunity to meet, eat, and share stories, recipes and knowledge in a place dedicated to the cultivation of local products and talents.


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