Frequently Asked Questions
When will 3rd Street Dispensary open?
Since our dispensary license was approved in January, we've been hard at work to get things up and running. Construction of our building is wrapping up and the interior of our space should be completed mid-summer.
While some variables outside of our control make it difficult to provide an exact grand opening date, we're confident that we'll be ready as soon as high-quality products are available to offer our patients. Currently, we're shooting to open fall 2020, but are considering opportunities to showcase our dispensary prior to then.
As details become clearer, we'll be sure to update our website and social media pages with the latest information. Stay tuned for exciting updates!
Is 3rd Street Dispensary hiring?
We are not yet ready to begin interviews, but
we are now accepting applications for upcoming dispensary positions.
Due to the high volume of applicants/interest, we appreciate your patience with us and prolonged response times. Please know that if you do not receive an immediate response, we are not ignoring you. You will likely not hear back from our hiring managers until late September if they wish to proceed with an interview.
We also ask that you please refrain from submitting multiple applications. Thank you!
here to be directed to our application portal.
How do I send a message to 3rd Street Dispensary via email?
Click the link in our footer so you can send your message to the appropriate person.
How much does it cost to get a medical marijuana patient identification card?
When applying for your patient I.D. card, there is a $25 fee for patients (and a $25 fee for caregivers) that must be paid when you submit your application. There is also a $25 renewal fee due after a year for each type of card you wish to renew. Patient cultivation is a separate $100 fee upon application and renewal.
Please note that the fee for seeing a medical marijuana doctor before becoming eligible to apply is a separate cost that will vary per clinic.
What payment methods are accepted at 3rd Street Dispensary?
Due to the complexities of federal regulations and banking for medical marijuana dispensaries, 3rd Street Dispensary cannot accept credit card or debit card payments in-store at this time. However, we're working hard to secure alternative convenient payment solutions for our patrons.
Forget to bring your cash or need more? No problem! There will be an ATM available for use onsite.