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Vendor Opportunities

Parks, Recreation and Facilities

Recreation Supervisor

Summer Stumpf
(425) 295 0556

Parks and Recreation

Recreation and Cultural Services Manager

Emily Scott
(425) 295 0524

Be a Vendor

The City hosts three events that have multiple vendor opportunities: Fourth on the Plateau (on July 4th), Sammamish P.O.P. (Party on the Plat), and Very Merry Sammamish (on the first Friday in December). We look for vendors who have products, customers, and promotional goals consistent with the City’s character, values, and service priorities. To be considered for an event, potential vendors must be family-friendly and contribute to the overall event’s success.


To be considered as a vendor, complete a Business Vendor Interest Form. Submitting a Business Vendor Interest Form does not guarantee acceptance. Space is limited and qualifying vendors are selected to fill existing needs on a first-come, first-served basis. Selected finalists will be notified as to the status of their application no later than 3 weeks prior to the event. Our goal is to have a variety of vendors represented at events. However, some popular items may be duplicated depending on the anticipated attendance and event layout.

Categories and Requirements

Commercial vendors are businesses, organizations or individuals who sell products or services at the event. This category of vendors must have a City of Sammamish business license, a certificate of insurance that listed the “City of Sammamish” as additional insured and if selling food, a temporary food service permit from King County Public Health. Vendor fees range between $0 and $300 depending on the event.

Community vendors are organizations that provide information or marketing about an event, opportunity or the organization. This category of vendors must have a certificate of insurance that listed the “City of Sammamish” as additional insured. Discounted vendor fees range between $0 and $125 depending on the event. 

Community partners are 501(c)3 organizations that receive a human services grant from the City or have a current partnership agreement with the City. They add to the event by offering an activity or entertainment and providing information/marketing about an event, opportunity, or the organization.


To be considered as a Business Vendor or a Food Vendor, see the links below to submit your interest. Please note spots are filled several months in advance.

Food Vendor Interest Form
Organization/Business Vendor Interest Form

If you would like to submit your group or self for entertainment consideration to future events please see our Performer Interest Form.