Texas Farmers’ Market is excited to announce that our Saturday market is moving on May 25th to a new home at the Bell District! Click here to read our press release.

Texas Farmers’ Market (TFM) at Lakeline is set to become TFM at Bell, as the Saturday market prepares to move to the new Bell District development next month. The farmers’ market is the first destination in the development to open, with dining, retail, recreation, and the new multi-story Cedar Park Public Library to follow. The market will be held at 200 S. Bell Boulevard every Saturday, starting May 25 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., all year round.

In addition to a more centralized location, the new market will have ample free parking, as well as more greenery, shade, and seating areas for the community to stop and stay a while. The market will continue to offer live music every weekend in addition to special kids programming during Second Saturdays and other special events. In the future, The Bell District itself will allow families to make a full day of their visit  by shopping at the market, enjoying the park and library, and supporting local retail and fine dining establishments.

TFM’s Saturday market has become the go-to farmers’ market for shoppers in Northwest Austin, Cedar Park, Leander, and the surrounding areas for the last 13 years. It has always been bolstered by the support of the dedicated local community of regular shoppers, and we’re excited to bring those shoppers, and our vendors, an improved market experience at the Bell District. In addition, we expect that this new location will bring even more members of the northwest Austin community out to discover this market to support our vendors and local food system.

The new location is just 4 miles up the road from the Lakeline mall. Please refer to the maps below for directions from the previous location and information on where to park.


What is the address? 

200 South Bell Boulevard. The market entrance will be off of Park Street – please refer to the maps below for information on where to turn, where to park, and where the market entrance will be located. We will have directional signage posted the morning of market to help you find your way.

Will the same vendors be there? 

Yes, we will have the same vendors as our Lakeline location. 

Will there be enough parking? 

Yes! There will be a dedicated parking lot directly across from the market entrance, with ample free parking. Refer to map above for the parking lot location.

Is the market wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the market is ADA accessible and has reserved parking spaces for wheelchair access. We will share a map of those parking space locations prior to opening.

Will SNAP and WIC be accepted? 

Yes, we will continue to accept SNAP all year round, and WIC every year from April-October. Shoppers can still double up to $30 in benefits to use on fresh fruits and veggies using Double Up Food Bucks.

Will you still have compost drop off? 

Yes – we will continue to operate our free community compost program at the new location. Refer to our market layouts on the Friday prior to our opening day for the compost booth location.

Will you still have live music? 

We will continue to host live music from local artists every Saturday from 9am-1pm! The new location will have a dedicated band area, with nearby trees, lawn, and picnic tables so shoppers can relax and hang out for a while enjoying the music and food.

Will you still be doing Second Saturday activities for kids? 

Yes, and we’re looking forward to the potential for even more market programming and fun activities in partnership with some of the surrounding businesses that are coming to the Bell District. We will also be in walking distance from the new Cedar Park Library and Bell Park, which provide further opportunities for families to come out and spend a whole day at Bell.

Will there be bike racks?

Yes! Bike racks will be located near the main market entrance.

Will there be public restrooms?

There will be porta-potties located within the market.

What other businesses will be coming to Bell? 

Right now, Texas Farmers’ Market and the new Cedar Park Library are the only businesses that have been announced. Visit The Bell District for more information and stay tuned for more announcements to come.

Will the Sunday market still be at Mueller? 

Yes, TFM at Mueller will continue to operate every Sunday from 10am-2pm at the Branch Park Pavilion  at 2006 Philomena Street.

About the Bell District

The Bell District (Bell) is a multiphase mixed-use project in Cedar Park, TX that is a public private partnership between the City of Cedar Park and RedLeaf Partners, LLC. The shared vision for Bell is to create a walkable destination that provides a use that serves everyone in the community and creates an urban experience via food & beverage and retail uses, in the heart of Cedar Park. 

The new Cedar Park Public Library and Bell Park are currently under construction and will be the first uses to open at Bell in Q4 2024. Shops, restaurants, high density residential units, and additional park space will follow, as the first phase of development progresses.