Reservations will be held until 9:00 a.m. the day of the reservation.
Reservations can only be made up to three weeks in advance.
Reservations are free.
HOW TO PAY FOR A BOOTH
All booths must be paid for at the office before entering the flea market. Monthly rent is due the first day of the first weekend of the month. Monthly rent is for the 1st through the last weekend of the month. A 10% late fee will be added after that. All monthly booths must pay a deposit which will be refunded when you discontinue renting the booth, if a week's notice of leaving and booth left clean without damage. All booths are rented as is. Checks need to be made payable to Bell County Flea market Inc. Payment may be mailed to 1930 G. Wilson Rd. Belton, Tx. 76513, or paid at the office. The office will not cash checks, or accept two-party checks. There is a $35.00 charge on all return checks.There will be no payment refunds.
All vendors must enter the flea market at the east gate.Prepaid vendors may line up on the left lane of the entrance and show passes to the gate guard to enter.Unpaid vendors must line up on the right lane of the entrance and walk to the office to pay for a booth. Upon payment a pass will be given.
Passes are to be shown to the gate guard and kept visible on the dashboard of your vehicle at all times.Flea market passes are issued for the purpose of admitting vendors only onto the grounds.Upon request, vendors selling large or heavy merchandise will receive a merchandise pick-up gate pass. Vendors may lendthe pass to a customer for the sole purpose of driving in to pick up merchandise. Vendors are responsible for getting these passes back when merchandise is picked up.
BOOTHS WITH WEEKLY ACCESS
Booths located on the outer fence line may open any day of the week during daylight hours. Venders in these booths are not to be on the property after dark without office approval. They also may not have doors open to the inside of the flea market except during flea market business hours.
PROCEDURES AND POLICIES
The following applies to each vendor. Each vendor shall also be responsible for the compliance with such policies and procedures by the agents, employees and invites of the vendor.Failure to comply with any policy or procedure at the Bell County Flea Markets Inc, may result in removal/eviction of the violator and/or violator’s employer from the premises and/or loss of or eviction from booths.Bell County Flea market Inc. reserves the right to refuse admission to any vendor or refuse to rent/renew rental of any booth at its sole discretion.Bell Flea market Inc. reserves the right to amend or change the policies and procedures without prior notice.
MERCHANDISE, SALES, SOLICITING
Monthly vendors are required to have a sales tax permit from the state of Texas. For info. From state call 1-800 252-5555. www.window.state.tx.us/taxpermit/. The vendor is solely responsible for his/her merchandise, property or business transactions. Merchandise left unattended is done so entirely at the owner’s risk.No food or drinks or gum are to be sold with the exception of produce. Concessions reserve this right solely. Tobacco products cannot be sold without a license. No animals are to be sold or exhibited in the flea market except at designated areas, and they must have proper immunizations and certifications. Vendors are responsible to show proof of license and immunization before entering the flea market. Weapons are not to be sold to minors. Guns must be cleared with safety officers and strapped.No one shall bring upon or distribute on the grounds handbills, political, religious, or soliciting without prior consent of management.Electric outlets are for the use to show items work that are for sale, no high voltage use items such as microwaves, ac’s, crock pots, coffee pots, fridges, or any other items indicated as so by management are to be plugged in at any time. All closed booths must have a power strip with a breaker at each plug. They must be unplugged before they leave the building.Dogs are not to be sold without the permission of the office. Shot records and health certificates are needed on all animals sold at the flea market. They must be on file at the office. Chickens are not to be sold without a license and a typhoid testing permit which must be on file at the office.Plants are not to be sold without a plant license.
The sale of any food item requires management consent.Food items must be sold from a concession stand that meets State of Texas Health Department standards.A food service permit must be obtained from Bell County Health Department and will be inspectedperiodically by county inspectors and flea market management.Food concessions are limited.
It is the responsibility of vendors to keep the walkways around their area clear of items that may block direct access to the next booth or be a hazard to people walking. Any item in walkways will be hauled off and owners will be charged accordingly. No items are to be in the walkway, personal, or merchandise. Rent will increase in $20.00 increments if this rule is repeatedly violated.There is to be no merchandise between buildings and at least 10 foot between you and your neighbors merchandise.No rugs or carpet is to be put outside your booth without manager consent and a $50 clean-up fee per carpet.Also, booths are rented as is. Renters are responsible for any damages while renting a booth. Anything attached to the booths must be done so with screws, and under management's permission.All fixtures rented with the booth belong to Bell County Flea Market Inc. and shall not be removed without permission.Vendors are prohibited from disturbing or changing any natural or management made waterways. The results could be water running in your booth.No items may lean against a building or fence. All merchandise must be 5 feet from the fence.
No merchandise may be left outside when closed. A $50.00 fine will apply, second offence eviction of booth.All merchandise and trash must be taken home, period, unless put inside your booth.
TRAFFIC AND PARKING
Gate passes are required in every vehicle in the flea market.
There is a 5mph speed limit throughout the flea market.
Traffic should be kept to a minimum for safety reasons.
No ATV’s, motorcycles, bicycles, roller blades, skates, or skateboards.
Vendors may park in the back of their booth or in public parking areas only.
Handicapped parking is at designated areas.
SUBLEASING OR TRANSFERS
The sublease or transfer of a booth or barn is prohibited without the prior consent of Bell County Flea Market Inc. Identification and receipts will be checked periodically.
All restrictive signs posted by the flea market will become part of the vendor's contract, and be followed.No drugs, alcohol, loud music, amplifiers or vulgar language are allowed on the premises.
All pets must be on a lease and attended at all times.Bell County Flea market Inc. is not responsible for the actions of animals brought to the flea market.Electric heaters or air conditioners are prohibited.
The dumpsters and trash cans are for customer’s trash. Anyone leaving items will be charged $15.00 and banned from the flea market. The same charges apply to anyone leaving discarded items anywhere on the premises.There is to be no flammable chemicals left in or outside the booths when closed, such as gasoline, propane, kerosene. Anyone selling on the premises is subject to a charge equal to the price of one booth. Please report any unauthorized selling. They could be taking your sales.Safety officers will be doing daily safety inspections for compliance of all rules.
Business hours are 8:00a.m. -5:00p.m. Saturday and Sunday OFFICE Phone 254-939-6411.
Office hours are Saturday and Sunday 8:00 a.m.-5:00p.m.