2021 Season

Thank you for joining or returning to our market; we look forward to working w/you. Please review this packet thoroughly and contact us w/questions. Our markets offer a friendly, cooperative and enthusiastic culture. While our markets offer a blend of produce, food, drink as well as lifestyle products and services, we want at least 65% emphasis on produce and consumable food and drink.

We prefer you participate in all dates for each location but alternatively you may select specific dates. We also participate in craft fairs, pop-ups and more in the off-season (November-May).

We believe these are the main elements for success:

  • Location
    Access for vendors and customers, parking, visibility

  • Presentation
    Look and feel of actual market
  • Quality of vendors
    Maintain a focus on food starting w/produce

  • Cost to vendors
    Keep it reasonable and offer flexibility

  • Operational cost
    Create and maintain structure

  • Collaboration w/vendors
    Conversation, cross-marketing, etc

  • Strategic marketing
    Multi-layered approach w/consistent execution

  • Community engagement
    Various channels w/consistent execution

LocationDate & TimeAddress
University HillsSaturday, 9am-1pm
5/23-10/31
University Hills Plaza
2500 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver 80222
EvergreenTBDBergen Village Shopping Center
1240 Bergen Pkwy, Evergreen 80439
Lone TreeTBDEntertainment District
9355 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree 80124
Green Valley RanchTBDGreen Valley Recreation Center
4890 Argonne Way, Denver 80249
GlenmoorTBDGlenmoor Country Club
110 Glenmoor Dr., Cherry Hills Village 80113
BelmarTBDBelmar
7337 Alaska Dr., Lakewood 80226

Registration

  • Contact Info

  • Business Info

  • Accepted file types: jpg, png, Max. file size: 2 MB.
    Please upload an image of your logo. If you do not have one possibly a nice picture of your booth or a product/product Logo that represents you.
  • Dates

  • $0.00
  • Terms and Conditions

  • Insurance
    We recommend but do not require that you have liability insurance. If you don’t have insurance, feel free to contact Larry Spilker w/Campbell Risk Management, [email protected], 317.848.9075, ext 203 and let him know we referred you. Campbell Risk works w/farmers markets and vendors throughout CO.
  • Licenses
    All which pertain to your business must be with you at all times. For example, if you are cutting produce on site, you will need a retail food license. This applies even if you are just offering samples. This is a Colorado law, and if you have any questions, contact the local health department.
  • Public Health Regulations
    You must comply with all regulations pertaining to your product. An example is sampling or selling of food for immediate consumption must have appropriate washing stations, proper food handling such as gloves, refrigeration, etc.
  • Taxes
    You are responsible for collection and payment of local, county, state and federal taxes.
  • Space Assignment
    You will be assigned a space which ideally will be consistent each week. That said, we hope you will be flexible. Returning vendors have first priority. Additionally, first priority will be given to vendors who commit to all markets.
  • Attendance
    We know life happens such as emergencies, illness and traffic. We ask you to be as communicative, courteous and timely as possible. Otherwise, there may be instances a $50 fine will be assessed and if attendance or punctuality continues to be problematic, expulsion may occur.
  • Setup and Tear Down
    Setup begins approximately 2 hours before each market opens. You decide how much time you need to be fully ready when the market opens. Unload your vehicle promptly at your designated spot and move your vehicle to the designated parking area before setting up your booth. At the end of the market, you may park by your space to tear down.
  • Tents and Trash
    You are responsible for providing your own trailer or tent with appropriate weights. Sand bags or weights for all 4 legs are required. We recommend 40 lbs. for each leg. No spiking or drilling is allowed. You’re also responsible for removing all trash related to your business. A fine of $25 will be assessed for any occurrence of tents not being secured.
  • Electricity and Safety
    Electricity is generally not provided; there may be instances where it is. Generators will be permitted at our discretion and must be approved prior to use. The almost “noiseless” generators are recommended. If cooking on-site, you must have all appropriate fire safety equipment.
  • Parking
    Unless selling from your trailer, you are required to move your vehicle/trailer to the designated vendor parking lot. Failure to do so may result in expulsion and/or non-acceptance the following season.
  • Conduct
    You are expected to behave courteously and professionally. Profanity, vulgarity and rudeness will not be tolerated and is grounds for expulsion. Soliciting for and/or promoting other events/services unrelated to Boulter’s Farmers Markets is prohibited. Should you encounter a problem with another vendor or customer, notify us immediately.
  • Types of Vendors
    Vendors will be considered on a case by case basis. We accept farmers (CO growers will be given first priority), specialty foods, breads, florals, onsite food preparation vendors, specialty crafts, arts, child-friendly vendors, entertainment, etc.
  • Quality
    We reserve the right to reject product or service that is not of marketable quality or that is deemed inappropriate.
  • Smoking
    Smoking is strictly prohibited.
  • Release

  • I hereby release and forever discharge Boulter’s 5280 Urban Market, its representatives and partners (such as hosting venue) from any responsibility, personal liability, claims, loss or damage arising out of, or in conjunction with, my participation of their events. Further, Boulter’s 5280 Urban Market, their representatives and partners (such as hosting venue) shall be held harmless from and against any and all liabilities, suits, claims, damages, injuries and actions, theft, costs and expenses of any kind or nature of anyone whatsoever relating to premises due to or arising out of any act, negligence or neglect of the vendor or any of their guests. Vendors assume all liability for their booth and any products and/or services they sell. Vendors are responsible for instructing any and all representatives related to you and your business as to these terms and conditions. Lastly, this release applies equally and entirely to the cities of Denver, Englewood, Evergreen, Lakewood and Lone Tree.
  • Payment

  • $0.00
    Payment via check or credit/debit card (subject to a 4% fee). If by card, we will contact you for your information. If by check, make payable to Boulter’s Farmers Markets and mail to 21985 E. Costilla Dr., Aurora 80016. Check must be received within 7 calendar days of completing registration form.