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Permit to Operate a Farmer's Market

A Farmers Market is defined as a periodic market held in an open area, parking lot, or structure as an accessory use to an institutional use, public or semipublic use, or municipal use or supermarket at which fruits, vegetables, breads, eggs, milk, cheese, meat, flowers, and the like are sold to the public by persons who typically grow, harvest, or process such items from their farm or agricultural operation. Value added products such as jam, beeswax candles or other handmade food products such as baked goods may be sold but sellers of these goods may not comprise the majority of vendors. Flea markets, yard sales and auctions are not considered farmers market.

Please refer to the Farmers Market Application Package for the permit application and requirements; or contact the Planning and Zoning Department for more information.  

Manheim Township • 1840 Municipal Drive • Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601 • 717-569-6408
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