Market FAQ

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ARE BAGS AVAILABLE?

Allegheny Health Network is giving away free reusable shopping bags just for stopping by their tent.WPH booth crowd

DO YOU ACCEPT EBT CARDS?

Yes! Before you start shopping, stop at the Market Information tent to buy the wooden coins that you can use at any vendor selling at the market.

CAN I BRING MY PET?

Pets ARE permitted at the Market. We ask that pet owners be responsible by:

Busy Market with dog> Bringing pets that are friendly, obedient, and good with all children and other animals, and understanding that some people are afraid of pets.

> Cleaning up after their pets! The Market Information booth will have bags available if you need one for your pet’s waste.

> Keeping dogs on a maximum 3 foot leash at all times.

HOW DO I GET THERE?

The Bloomfield Saturday Market is located at 5050 Liberty Avenue, 15224, between Gross and S. Mathilda Streets, in a large parking lot.

While there is street parking in the area, we encourage you to improve your health as well as the environment’s by walking, biking, or riding the bus to the Market. There is no parking in the lot where the market is held.

Bike PghBY FOOT
The Market is easily walkable from the neighborhoods of Bloomfield, Friendship, Lawrenceville, Garfield, Shadyside, North Oakland, and East Liberty.

BY BIKE
Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield features bike lanes in both directions!

pat-bus-86-liberty0ave-1024x682BY BUS
The bus stop directly in front of the market at the corner of Gross Street and Liberty Avenue is served by the 86 buses. The Port Authority of Allegheny County has the following routes that touch Bloomfield:
54 North Side-Oakland-South Side, closest stop is one block away at Millvale Street. 64 Lawrenceville-Waterfront 86 Liberty, stop is in front of Market 87 Friendship 88 Penn 93 Lawrenceville-Oakland.

BY CAR
Street parking on Liberty Avenue is available in both directions. Additional parking is located at the West Penn Hospital Parking garage at the corner of Gross and Liberty and Millvale and Liberty (entrances on Gross AND Millvale Streets).