Titusville Farmers Market

The Farmers Market is a twice-monthly event in historic downtown Titusville featuring local vendors with fresh produce and food items.  Transactions with the vendors can be made with cash, and most also accept all major credit cards.  For up to date information on the markets, follow Brevard County Farmers Market on Facebook.

You may be eligible for $50 in tokens at each market. 

Tokens
  • Tokens may be used with participating vendors at the market to purchase fresh food items.
    Food items for immediate consumption are not eligible, but edible or food producing plants are eligible.
  • Titusville households who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are encouraged to apply for assistance. Find out if you are eligible right here.
  • Registration is required in ADVANCE of the markets.
    Picture ID is required at check-in.

Use this link to: REGISTER


The Markets

WHEN:   3:00 to 6:00 PM
The 2nd and 4th Friday of each month

DATES: August 27, September 10, September 24, October 8, October 22, November 12 & December 10

Markets will not be held on the 4th Friday of November or December due to the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday.

Map

LOCATION is HISTORIC DOWNTOWN TITUSVILLE:  Market is at Stephen House Way & Mariners Way and in Julia Court.

FREE PUBLIC PARKING is available in various places near the markets, including at the Welcome Center, City Hall and the Commons Parking Lot. 

Attendees are asked to refrain from parking in private lots or driveways and anywhere that is not designated as a parking space.

$50 in TOKENS if Eligible

WHO CAN APPLY:
Any Titusville resident who has proof of residence as required AND meets the criteria for household income. 

RESIDENCY: Must have a Titusville, Florida address—must be a physical address at a residential property.  P.O. Boxes and commercial properties are not eligible.

Picture ID will be required to receive tokens and address on the ID must match the address on the application.  Otherwise, proof of residency is required (utility bill, lease, etc. with the name on the person presenting the ID and the address reported on the application.

ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME: Applicants will be asked a series of questions about your household to determine eligibility.

ONE registration per household. Report ALL individuals living at the residence.

Applicants will be asked to attest that the information provided is correct and that the documentation to substantiate answers will be provided upon request.  Falsification of information is a crime and could result in fines and/or imprisonment.

How To Apply

Use this link to:REGISTER

Get answers to: Frequently Asked Questions

There are no paper applications for this program! A digital application must be completed in advance of the market in order to qualify to receive tokens.

NOTE: Applications will be accepted until 5:00 PM on the DAY BEFORE the market.  Once you have completed your initial application, you will only have to “opt-in” to receive tokens at future markets.  Communication will be done via automated text messaging service.

NEED ASSISTANCE?

Anyone requiring assistance with registration may visit the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce (2000 S Washington Ave | M-F 9-5) or the Downtown Welcome Center (419 S Hopkins Ave | T-S 10-3).

For VENDORS
Market Vendors are managed by the UF/IFAS Brevard County Extension Office.
You can reach them at 321-633-1702.  For more information, visit their website

NEED MORE HELP?
Please e-mail market@titusville.org for additional assistance.

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM:

The City of Titusville, through the granting of CLFRF (Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds) funding has decided to support the North Brevard Farmers Market with a Token Program to benefit Titusville residents. The City desires, on behalf of the citizens and businesses of the City of Titusville, Florida, as a recipient of CLFRF, to improve the economy of the City of Titusville.

Demographics:  Applicant demographics is an essential component of program reporting requirements.  Although the questions about ethnicity, female-headed, elderly-headed or special needs households are not used to determine eligibility for the program, they are necessary for reporting purposes.

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