We’re in the process of refreshing the Guelph Farmers’ Market to build and expand on what is already a vibrant local tradition. Starting with our vendors and moving to our customers, we’re leading a discussion on how to update market policies and procedures.
As we look at refreshing how we operate, we want to learn what makes the Guelph Farmers’ Market unique and how we can improve the market experience for you.
Research and engagement, fall 2018 – spring 2019
We can’t learn what the market needs unless we know who shops there. We’ve spoken with our vendors and taken a survey of Guelph Farmers’ Market shoppers to see who comes to the market, how they get there and how long they’ve been shopping with us.
Development of the draft policies and procedures, spring 2019
Engagement and research will help us formulate the new draft policies and procedures that will help us refresh the Guelph Farmers’ Market.
Engagement on the draft plan, fall 2019
Once the draft policies and procedures are ready, we want to hear from you. Stay tuned for engagement opportunities.
Report to Council, 2020
In 2020, a report will go to Council with our final recommendations on refreshing the Guelph Farmers’ Market.
For more information
Stacey Dunnigan, Manager
Culture and Tourism, Culture, Tourism and Community Investment
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2533
Guelph Farmers’ Market stakeholder working group
We’ve assembled a stakeholder working ground for our policy review. The Guelph Farmers’ Market stakeholder working group advises our project team during the policy review to help us understand and consider the concerns of stakeholders as they relate to the market.
The working group’s next meeting is to be determined.
Guelph Farmers’ Market Working Group Terms of Reference
October 21, 2019 meeting
September 23, 2019 meeting
March 25, 2019 meeting
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