No. There are presently no cannabis dispensaries in Sammamish. Although Initiative 502 went into effect statewide in Washington in 2012, allowing for the sale of recreational cannabis, no entity or person has yet received a cannabis business license to sell weed in Sammamish.
No. Sammamish does not yet have a medical marijuana dispensary. While state law (I-692) allows licensed entities to set up medical pot stores across Washington, none of the state’s authorized medical marijuana dispensaries exists in Sammamish.
There are no cannabis stores licensed by the Sammamish City Council to operate from within the city borders. Therefore, you cannot purchase cannabis online from any business located in Sammamish. However, you can visit other cannabis dispensaries in other Washington locations to purchase cannabis.
There are no dispensaries in Sammamish.
Although there are currently no dispensaries in Sammamish, future pot stores in the city are required to adhere to certain state laws. Such stores must obtain cannabis business licenses from the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board and the City of Sammamish to operate in the city. Dispensaries in Sammamish may not employ persons aged 21 or younger or sell more than 1 ounce of cannabis to a recreational cannabis user and 3 ounces of cannabis to a medical cannabis user. Visitors to Sammamish dispensaries must show their IDs to prove they are of legal age (21 or older) to buy adult-use cannabis. Visitors who want to buy medical cannabis must show their Washington medical marijuana cards at Sammamish medical marijuana dispensaries.
Although there are no cannabis retailers in the City of Sammamish, the city’s cannabis laws, taken from Initiative 502, permit adults of legal age to possess and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. The minimum legal age for possessing and using recreational cannabis in the city is 21. However, recreational cannabis purchases are only legal when made at Washington-licensed recreational cannabis retailers. Adults in Sammamish can order cannabis from other municipalities in the state where authorized retailers exist. In accordance with other provisions of Initiative 502:
Adults can possess up to 16 ounces of solid-form cannabis, 72 ounces of liquid-form cannabis, and 1 ounce of usable cannabis
The home cultivation of cannabis is prohibited
Cannabis use on federal property is illegal
Driving while impaired by cannabis is not permitted
Sammamish medical cannabis laws are obtained from the state provisions for medical marijuana use – Initiative 692. Initiative 692 only allows Washington residents in Sammamish with qualifying debilitating conditions to use cannabis for medical purposes. Before medical marijuana use may be legal, patients must be registered with the Washington State Department of Health by obtaining medical cannabis authorizations. Note that medical cannabis is legal for minors and adults in Sammamish as long as they have qualifying conditions and register with the state. However, minors are required to have caregivers. Caregivers must be at least 21 and be named on their medical cannabis authorization forms.
Sammamish medical cannabis patients are allowed to have thrice as much as the cannabis amounts allowed for recreational cannabis. Patients can also grow four marijuana plants at home or up to 15 cannabis plants if their authorizing physicians allow it.
The first step in getting a medical marijuana card in Sammamish is to meet with a qualified healthcare provider to obtain medical cannabis authorization. The healthcare provider will verify that you have a qualifying condition approved by the Washington State Department of Health. Some of the approved conditions include HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and seizures. The healthcare provider must also be in good standing with the state Department of Health and be in any of the categories of healthcare practitioners approved to issue medical cannabis certifications.
Upon verifying your eligibility to use medical cannabis, the healthcare practitioner will issue you a medical cannabis authorization. Subsequently, make arrangements to visit a medical marijuana consultant at a medically-endorsed store. While no medically endorsed store currently operates in the Sammamish, you can find one in neighboring cities in Washington. The consultant may ask some questions and review your authorization form. Your government-issued ID, such as a Washington State ID, will be required. You may be asked to pay a minimal fee of up to $10 for the medical marijuana card. The consultant will add your data to the state medical cannabis authorization database and issue you a medical cannabis recognition card. You may now visit Washington-licensed medical marijuana stores to purchase medical cannabis
Cannabis use is legal on private properties in Sammamish. However, consuming cannabis inside your vehicle, on federal property, or in public places is illegal.
There are no dispensaries in Sammamish yet. When dispensaries open in the city, you will need a medical marijuana card to buy medical cannabis or a valid government-issued ID showing you are 21 or older to buy adult-use cannabis.
There are no retailers selling cannabis in Sammamish.
Until dispensaries open in the City of Sammamish, popular strains in the city will remain unknown.
No. Smoking cannabis in public places in Sammamish is not permitted.
In Sammamish, medical marijuana patients can have:
Up to 85 grams of cannabis
Up to 1.3 kilograms of solid-form cannabis products
Up to 6.4 liters of liquid-form cannabis products
Up to 21 grams of concentrated cannabis
Individuals who are 21 years old or older are permitted to possess:
Up to 28.35 grams of usable marijuana
Up to 454 grams of solid-form cannabis products
Up to 2 liters of liquid-form cannabis products
Up to 7 grams of concentrated cannabis
Patients who have received authorization from their healthcare providers but have not registered in the database are permitted to cultivate up to 4 cannabis plants and possess a maximum of 6 ounces of usable marijuana obtained from the cultivated plants.
Medical patients who are registered in the medical marijuana database have the option to grow 6 cannabis plants and possess up to 8 ounces of usable marijuana obtained from the cultivated plants unless their physicians have authorized larger quantities. Certified Washington healthcare practitioners may grant permission for patients to cultivate up to 15 plants.
No. Shipping cannabis across state lines in Sammamish is illegal.
Yes. You may order cannabis online in Sammamish, but you cannot have your order delivered to your address.
No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Sammamish.
There are no dispensaries in Sammamish.
While there are no cannabis dispensaries operating currently from Sammamish, you will need a valid government-issued ID to prove you are 21 to use an adult-use weed dispensary in the city in the future. Also, a medical marijuana card issued by the Washington State Department of Health will be required to buy medical cannabis.
There are currently no dispensaries in Sammamish.
Although there are presently no cannabis retailers in the city, state law requires cannabis dispensaries to scan customers’ IDs to ensure sales are made to authorized persons only.
There are no dispensaries in the city.
Sammamish is not yet home to any cannabis retailers.
No state or Sammamish laws prohibit cannabis users from visiting multiple dispensaries in one day.
There are no cannabis retail stores in the City of Sammamish.
Although there are no pot stores in Sammamish, state law requires cannabis dispensaries to monitor purchases.
There no marijuana retail stores in Sammamish. However, individuals who are medical cannabis patients and 18 years of age or older are allowed to enter Washington medical cannabis dispensaries. However, individuals must be at least 21 to enter a recreational cannabis dispensary in Washington.
The Liquor and Cannabis Board regulates cannabis activities in Sammamish. The agency is located at:
Union Tower building
1025 Union Avenue SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: (360) 664-1600
Illegal cannabis operations in Sammamish can be reported to the Enforcement Division of the Liquor and Cannabis Board. Alternatively, you may also report such matters to the City of Sammamish Police Department by calling (206) 296-3311.