Summit Free Market events are held on the second Saturday of each month from 8AM to 3PM.
In 2023, one additional weekday event will be held on a Friday each month from 12PM to 2PM, excluding the month of November. List of additional dates available below.
Donate any unwanted, yard sale-quality items, and browse other donated items for free.
Locatedat the City of Summit Transfer Station on 40 New Providence Ave. No appointments are necessary.
No unsorted boxes or bags will be accepted. Click here to view donation guidelines.
The Summit Free Market is open to Summit residents with a Transfer Station permit. A permit is required to enter the Transfer Station facility and for other resident-only services like parking on certain levels in the Broad Street garage and other resident-only lots. Summit residents can obtain a permit online or in person at the Parking Services Agency at City Hall on 512 Springfield Avenue in Summit.
Additional weekday events for 2023
The Summit Free Market will also be open for one additional weekday event each month on the following Fridays from 12PM to 2PM, excluding the month of November: March 24, April 28, May 26, June 23, July 21, August 25, September 22, October 27, December 1.
Founded in 2008, the Summit Free Market is a volunteer, student-run program that works to reduce the amount of reusable material that enters Summit’s waste stream. Since its inception, an estimated 2500 Summit Free Market volunteers have kept more than 160 tons of reusable material from the waste stream, saving the City of Summit more than $25K in garbage tipping fees through its popular and successful community reuse initiative. The Summit Free Market holds events on the second Saturday of each month. Learn more at www.summitfreemarket.org.
Join the team!
Interested in reducing waste in the Summit community? Contact the Summit Free Market Team for information on how to donate or volunteer.
The Summit Conservancy, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting environmental projects and sustainability in Summit, NJ led a fundraising effort for, and the construction of, the new Summit Free Market building.