Although recreational cannabis is legal in the state of Washington, there are strict rules regarding its usage. We take those rules seriously and so should you. They can be a bit confusing which is why we are here to help. Look through our FAQs and feel free to call us with any other questions you might have at 206.294.5839.
Yes, really! Washington Initiative 502 (I-502) “on marijuana reform” was an initiative to the Washington State Legislature that appeared on the November, 2012 general ballot. The initiative passed by a vote of 56 to 44 percent. It was approved by popular vote on November 6, 2012 and took effect over the course of a year. Along with a similar Colorado measure, Initiative 502 was credited for encouraging voter turnout of 81%, the highest in the nation.
Anyone from any state or country in the world who is at least 21 years old can purchase cannabis. Per Washington state law, minors are not permitted on Seattle Cannabis Company premises for any reason at any time.
Patrons must have a valid government-issued id on their person in order to enter a recreational store. Regardless of your apparent age, we cannot serve you without a valid id. No medical recommendation or ‘green card’ is necessary.
No. Seattle Cannabis Company accepts cash only. We have an ATM on site as well as cashless ATMs at each register.
There are limits to how much patrons can purchase at one time. They are as follows:
- 28 grams (1 ounce) useable marijuana (the harvested flowers, or “bud”)
- 7 grams of marijuana concentrates (wax, shatter, etc)
- 16 ounces of marijuana-infused edibles in solid form (cookies, chocolates)
- 72 ounces of marijuana-infused edibles in liquid form (sodas, coffee)
It is illegal to take marijuana anywhere outside of Washington state, including other states, territories or countries. Doing so may result in significant legal penalties.
Washington State law protects private marijuana use, so you can consume openly in a residence as long as the property owner allows it. Marijuana cannot be consumed in public view, such as on streets and sidewalks, or in public parks. In addition, the state’s Smoking in Public Places Law (RCW 70.160) prohibits smoking of any kind in public places and places of employment.
Hotels: As with tobacco, smoking marijuana in any indoor location is subject to the restrictions in the Washington Smoking in Public Places law. The law prohibits smoking in a public place or place of employment, and within 25 feet of entrances, exits, windows that open, and ventilation intakes that serve an enclosed area. If the establishment permits it and you are either vaporizing or staying in a room in which smoking is allowed, it is legal to consume marijuana in a private hotel room. More information is available here.
You may not consume cannabis on the premises of Seattle Cannabis Company.
We do! A variety of glassware, rolling papers, vape pens and other accessories are available. We also carry pre-rolled joints for a quick and easy option.
We recommend taking a cab, bus or ride-sharing service (such as Uber or Lyft.) We are located on Seattle Metro Transit bus lines 7 & 50.
We are open 7 days a week! 8am – 8pm
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