PITTSBURGH — The first of four city-run farmers markets opened Monday.
The city of Pittsburgh plans to run four at locations spread across the city through late November.
Below are the following locations and operating times:
- East Liberty - Garland Parklet lot, North Euclid Avenue and Broad Street
- Mondays, 3-7 p.m. - May 10-Nov. 22
- Carrick - Carrick Dairy District, 1529 Brownsville Road
- Wednesdays, 3-7 p.m. - May 12-Nov. 24
- Northside - Allegheny Commons Park, East Ohio Street and Cedar Avenue
- Fridays, May 14-Nov. 19
- Squirrel Hill - Beacon/Bartlett parking lot
- Sundays, May 16-Nov. 21
Each farmers market will sell fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, cheese and baked goods -- while a few of the locations will also sell flowers, small gifts and gardening items.
They will all accept SNAP (food stamps), credit and debit cards. However, shoppers are asked to pay the exact amount if using cash.
The following COVID-19 safety guidelines will be in effect:
- Masks required
- Social distancing at least six feet
- Wash/sanitize hands
- No pets allowed
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