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Second Port Orchard pot shop opens Sunday


A second Port Orchard pot shop is set to open Sunday.

The 420 Spot Shop, which received its retail license last month, is located in a small commercial building at 1374 SE Lund Ave.

Owner Delynn Ecklund said she’s keeping things simple to start out, offering a selection of bud along with some pipes. Her suppliers include Cascade Crops of Shelton.

The 420 Spot Shop will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, though openings will be dependent on the availability of marijuana. Ecklund said a Facebook page is in the works.

The first Port Orchard shop, Crockpot, opened in August. Bremerton’s first shop, HWY 420, will hold a ribbon cutting Friday, with a grand opening to follow on Saturday.

I previewed the HWY 420 opening with a Monday story, and wrote about lingering supply shortages in the recreational marijuana industry.

Kitsap’s second pot store will also be in Port Orchard


A second recreational marijuana retailer was approved for Kitsap County last week, and it’s about 1 mile away from the county’s first marijuana shop.

The state Liquor Control Board gave the green light for a store called 420 Spot Shop to open at 1374 Lund Avenue, just off Bethel Road in Port Orchard.

The first Kitsap retailer, Crockpot (pictured above), opened near the corner of Bethel Road and Sedgwick Road last month.

We don’t have many details on 420 Spot Shop yet, beyond the address. A call to the phone number listed for the applicant was not immediately returned.

The store was not listed in a lottery held this spring to determine which applicants would be first in line for the limited number of retail licenses allowed. Owners of the 420 Spot Shop may have bought out a lottery finalist, which is allowed.

The state will license up to 10 marijuana retailers in Kitsap, including two in Bremerton and one on Bainbridge Island.

We were expecting a higher density of marijuana businesses at the south end of the county, based on the number of applicants and the results of the retail lottery. The state has now approved five recreational marijuana enterprises in Kitsap, including three marijuana grows and the two retail stores (expand the map for a detailed view).

Second pot grower approved for Bremerton area


Nine Points Growth Industries has company in the West Hills.

The state Liquor Control Board approved a license Wednesday for a recreational marijuana growing and processing company called Secret Gardens of Washington. The business is moving into in a warehouse on Ida Street, near Auto Center Boulevard, just outside city limits.

Owner Bill Delaney said Secret Gardens should be up-and-running in the next few weeks, depending on county permitting. He expects to use about 7,000-square-feet of growing space. The business will also process marijuana extracts.

Delaney, who lives in Everett but plans to move to Kitsap shortly, secured the lease in West Hills at the beginning of the year. He said he hoped to be operating much earlier, but ran into delays in the approval process.

“It’s been a long road since Jan. 1,” he said.

The arrival of Secret Gardens brings the number of approved marijuana producers in Kitsap to three (see map). Nine Point Growth Industries is just down the road on Third Avenue. Green Apple, an indoor/outdoor grow, is located off Clear Creek Road in Silverdale.

The county’s first recreational marijuana retailer, Crockpot, launched last month.


Port Orchard pot store will open Aug. 24

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Kitsap County’s first recreational marijuana store will open its doors at 10 a.m. Aug. 24.

Colette Thomas, a manager of Port Orchard’s Crockpot LLC., said the pot shop will launch with about 5 pounds of marijuana. They expect to sell out quickly.

Crockpot is located at 1703 SE Sedgewick Road, between a tattoo parlor and a Department of Licensing office. Updates will be posted to the store’s page on Facebook. 

It was issued a marijuana retail license on July 22. No other retailers have been approved in the county, though more are expected to open in late summer or in early fall.

Two licensed marijuana producers in Kitsap are already shipping product to stores around the state.

This post was updated to include the opening time.