Castro Valley Farmer's Market

Castro Valley Bart Station Parking Lot at Redwood Rd. and Norbridge Ave.
Castro Valley, CA 94546

Placing Orders

Online pre-orders available for delivery and pick-up.

Prepared meal available for home delivery and pick-up.

Notes

Urban Village Farmers Market offers “Priority-Hour” between 9 am-10 am. We strongly request that the general public give priority of the 1st hour of shopping to our more vulnerable populations (including seniors over 55, those who are immunocompromised, and caregivers..) as best as possible.

 

If you identify as healthy, under 55 yrs old, and not living with someone who is High-Risk, please refrain from attending the market until after 10 am. Please leave children at home, if possible.

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Current Business Hours

Mon

CLOSED

Tues

CLOSED

Wed

CLOSED

Thurs

CLOSED

Fri

CLOSED

Sat

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Rain or Shine

Sun

CLOSED

About

Managed by Urban Village Farmers Markets, the Castro Valley Farmers Market provides its residents with fresh groceries, body care products, and lunch! Everything is 100% locally grown or made in Northern California. Farmers Markets are “Direct Sales” marketplaces, where shoppers buy directly from a local farmer or producer. This means your product has never traveled across borders and zero third party distribution centers, therefore up to 25 fewer touchpoints for contamination than your average grocery store chain. This also means you are supporting small scale California growers and workers stay in business.

Delivery Options

Delivery options may vary.

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