Want To Be A Vendor? Follow These Four Easy Steps!


Check the Vendor Requirements Below

Nothing particularly onerous.  Just some basic housekeeping and Sonoma County rules at the bottom of this webpage. Read them and make sure you can comply.  Then move on to step 2.


CLICK RIGHT HERE to go to our online Vendor Application Form. Fill it in. Upload your supporting documentation. Sign it.  Pay the fee via the online interface.  Make your way to step 4.  If you prefer not use the online interface, see step 3.


Optionally, Mail or Deliver Your Completed Application and $20 Payment

Print out the application page at our ONLINE LINK.  Fill it in. Get your copies of your supporting documentation together and mail them, along with your application and a $20 check made out to “The Santa Rosa Certified Organic Farmers Market”, to:

SROCFM – Application

P.O. Box 3148

Santa Rosa, CA 95402


You can also bring your materials in person, along with samples of your products, to the Santa Rosa market. We’d be pleased to meet you!  Time now for step 4.


Wait Patiently While We Review Your Application

It won’t take too long, but understand that we’re working farmers like you, so our regularly scheduled monthly meetings are when we take care of new market business.  You’ll be notified of our decision.  If you’re accepted, we’ll go over the procedures for displaying and selling your wares.

Vendor Requirements & General Information

Familiarize Yourself with Our Markets

Our website has all kinds of resources.  Read up on our Vendors.  Check out the different Markets and their locations and schedules.  Visit our markets so you can get an idea of how things are arranged and what we generally expect.  Talk to us!


Advance stall space reservations are required for all Markets. If a vendor reserves a space and fails to either cancel at least 24 hours previous or appear to do business on the Market Day, a fine equivalent to the minimum stall fee shall be assessed to the vendor. 

Licenses & Permits: You'll Need the Ones Appropriate to Your Products

Agricultural Vendors

     Certified Producers Certificate (County Ag)

     Non-Certified Agricultural Producers (County Health Dept. and County Ag)

     Avocado Inspection Certification/Avocado Inspection Permit (County Ag)

     Nursery Stock License (State CDFA Ag)

     Organic: Registration and/or Certification

     Cut Flowers/Gourds and other non-edible Ag Products: Vendors Permit

     Wine: Alcoholic Beverage Control

Non-Agricultural Vendors

     Ocean Fish: Fish and Game Licenses, Boat Registration, Commercial Permits, Dock Landing Receipts

     Prepared Foods: County Department of Health Permit

     Crafts: State Board of Equalization Sellers Permit, Fictitious Business Name when necessary

All Vendors

     Copy of Driver’s License & Proof of Auto Insurance for Driver & Vehicle coming to market.

Local Licensing Agents

Sonoma Co. Ag Commissioner

133 Aviation Boulevard, Suite 110

Santa Rosa, CA 95403


Sonoma Co. Dept. of Health City of Santa Rosa

625 5th Street, Santa Rosa CA. 95404

(707) 565 6542


State Board of Equalization

50 D Street, Room 230

Santa Rosa, CA 95404


California Dept. of Fish & Game

Bay Delta Region

7329 Silverado Trail

Napa, CA 94558


Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control

50 D Street, Room 130

Santa Rosa, C A 95404

General Market Hours & Locations

Santa Rosa

Saturday Market:  every Saturday, year-round, rain or shine     

Wednesday Market:  every Wednesday, March – December rain or shine

Market Location: 50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Market Hours:  8:30am – 1pm, Both Days 


Guerneville Farmers Market

Every Thursday, June – August,   Rain or Shine 

Market Location: 4th & Church St. Guerneville, CA 95446

Market Hours: 3pm – 7pm  


Cloverdale Tuesday Farmers Market

Every Tuesday, April – November Rain or Shine

122 N. Cloverdale Blvd.

Downtown Cloverdale Plaza

Cloverdale, CA (on the plaza)

Market Hours:  3pm – 6pm