How to Become a Vendor
To become a vendor at the Downtown Lafayette Farmer’s
Market, follow the steps below It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
If you’re a non-profit looking for a booth at the Farmer’s
Market, reach out here!
Easy as 1, 2, 3...
Fill out an Application
You may require some additional documentation, you can find those documents attached to the end of the application.
Certificate of Insurance: Mandatory
Vehicle Insurance: Mandatory
Retail Merchant Certification: If selling taxable items
Health Department Permit: If selling non-produce food items
Concessions must either be produced in a commercial kitchen or must provide proof of approved registration with the Tippecanoe County Health Department as home-based vendor.
Secondhand Sales Disclosure: If selling items not produced by your business.
Approval & Orientation
Once you’ve applied, you’ll receive a Notice of Decision within 14 Days. Please watch your email for next steps, including vendor orientation.
Ready to apply?
Resource Library for Vendors
We are here to support you in your journey as a vendor at the historic Lafayette Farmer’s Market.