Hartville Marketplace and Flea Market offers a year-round indoor/outdoor shopping experience that is second to none. The Marketplace is a beautiful tw…
Outdoor Vending Rules & Regulations
∙Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market reserves the right to refuse admission to any seller and to inspect all merchandise. Any dealer found in possession of illegal goods will be removed from the market and the authorities will be contacted.
∙Pornography is prohibited. All items sold or displayed must comply with HMP’s strict standards in order to maintain a wholesome family environment.
∙We do not support the sales of Confederate Flags or Merchandise.
∙Absolutely NO tobacco items or liquor sales.
∙No games of chance, skill or raffles are allowed without approval of management.
∙No soliciting or walking sales.
∙No sales of concession-type or individual bottles and/or cans of beverages.
∙All vendors must keep their displays out of the aisles.
∙Vendor displays in the open-air pavilions must not be more than 5 feet high.
∙Subleasing of a space is not permitted.
∙Sellers agree to be responsible for any and all injuries or damages to persons or property arising from occupancy of space or seller’s activities.
∙No merchandise, awnings, piping or tables can be left overnight.
∙Vendors must not drive stakes, nails, etc. into the blacktop.
∙Anyone causing a disturbance in this market will be escorted from the grounds.
∙Use of obscene language or gestures will not be tolerated.
Vendors must clean their spaces at the end of the day. Trash must be placed in the large black compactor and cardboard (except waxed cardboard) must be placed in the green compactor. Cardboard boxes must be broken down flat. Vendors are to dispose only a minimal amount of trash in HMP’s facilities. Vendors are not to use the trash barrels in the aisles – they are for shoppers ONLY! If a vendor leaves trash in a space, a minimum cleanup charge of $30 per space will be assessed to the vendor.
∙No sales of dogs, cats, birds or any other live animals.
∙All vendors, reserved or daily, intending to sell any type of firearms must register at the office before setting up and must have registration on display for staff to see. All firearms must have a tamper proof trigger lock installed (example: zip tie, trigger lock, etc).