Vendor Information

The Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market runs from May 18-October 26, 2024, except September 7th, for Fondue Fest.

The Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market hosts only the following types of vendors:

  • Downtown businesses operating within the Business Improvement District (BID)
  • Hand made or home grown items.
  • Ready to eat foods
  • Non-profits (up to six times)
  • Farmers Market sponsors

2024 Downtown Farmer’s Market Applications are now being accepted.

Applications will be reviewed weekly starting February 19th. After review, applicants will be contacted to either confirm their application is complete and accepted, or to request additional info if necessary.

Important Notes:

  • Application submissions must include full fee payment and all required paperwork. Applications without all necessary items will be deemed as incomplete and will not be considered for map placement until all items have been submitted.
  • Applications are accepted through the end of the 2024 Season, however to be included in the first map placement, applications must be submitted by May 6, 2024.
  • All vendors are responsible for reading and becoming familiar with Market Policies, Rules & Regulations (linked on this page). These have been newly updated in 2024 and should be reviewed by all vendors, returning or otherwise.


For questions about Farmer’s Market vendor information, contact Megan Sigrist at

Fond du Lac County Health Department Guidelines-Prepared Foods

The Fond du Lac County Health Department asks that all licenses are available during inspections. All food vendors must have their appropriate licenses in their vendor stand during events.

Information for vendors:

Fond du Lac County Health Department Guidelines-Pet Foods

The FDL County Health Department does not license or regulate pet food/treats. However, processing pet food/treats does require a commercial feed license, special labeling requirements and an annual tonnage report.  A commercial kitchen is not required for pet food.  Additional information and licensing materials may be found on DATCP website: DATCP Website – Pet Treats

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) published an article with tips and tricks on how to effectively plan your vendor booth.  View Article Here