For the past several years, we have been engaged politically, economically, and socially in the cannabis community. Among our efforts preceding entering the recreational market, the work of founding and operating the award-winning medical cannabis access point Dockside Co-op has been especially rewarding. Dockside Co-op was one of the first dispensaries in the nation to receive the Patient Focused Certification from Americans for Safe Access (ASA) and winner of Seattle Weekly’s reader-voted Best of Seattle the past three years.
Dockside Co-Op in Fremont, along with all of Washington State's medical access points, are permanently closing by July 1, 2016. Dockside Cannabis has received medical endorsements at both I-502 locations in SODO and Shoreline. In order to help you--the patient--transition, we will have state certified medical marijuana certified consultants at all of our locations to assist you. We value your health and patronage and look forward to continuing to serve you in the future.
A new recreational I-502 store will open in the future. Stay tuned.
“I love that this dispensary always remembers me and makes recommendations based on my past purchases. The budtenders ask for my feedback on different products I've tried and can always help me pick the best strain. I love this spot and appreciate the knowledge and compassion I experience at Dockside.”
“Thank the cannabis gods that I can still visit this place. I end up spending way more than I'd really like, but the quality of the medicine can not be matched in the legal retail market. I'll miss you when you're gone, Dockside co-op!”