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Incorporated in 2011, 1105 Cooperative started as a storefront location in Del Mar, CA. The City of Del Mar had very strict name ordinances, so we adopted our street address as our name (1105 Camino Del Mar). Unfortunately, the City of Del Mar closed our storefront. We pivoted our business model and became a delivery service to continue servicing our patients. We offer local marijuana product delivery services to all areas of North County, San Diego 7 days a week.
Our hours are Monday-Saturday from 11AM-7PM and Sundays from 11AM-5PM. Hours may be modified due to holidays. Special delivery service may be available outside of regular operating hours upon prior notification and availability.
At this time, we are only accepting new patients with a California Photo ID and Valid Doctor’s Recommendation. We are NOT licensed to deliver Recreational Cannabis, only Medical. We appreciate your understanding.
At this time, we are offering Prepackaged Medication delivered to your door.
- Minimum donation for delivery is $60.00 (Cash Only).
- We deliver to home or work addresses. For the safety of our drivers, we do not meet patients in parking lots or public locations.
Under California law, medical marijuana patients and primary caregivers may “associate within the State of California in order collectively or cooperatively to cultivate marijuana for medical purposes.” California law does not define collectives, but the dictionary defines them as “a business, farm, etc., jointly owned and operated by the members of a group.” (Random House Unabridged Dictionary; Random House, Inc. © 2006.) Applying this definition, a collective should be an organization that merely facilitates the collaborative efforts of patient and caregiver members – including the allocation of costs and revenues. As such, a collective is not a statutory entity, but as a practical matter it might have to organize as some form of business to carry out its activities.
The collective should not purchase marijuana from, or sell to, non-members; instead, it should only provide a means for facilitating or coordinating transactions between members. Collectives and cooperatives should acquire marijuana only from their constituent members, because only marijuana grown by a qualified patient or his or her primary caregiver may lawfully be transported by, or distributed to, other members of a collective or cooperative. (§§ 11362.765, 11362.775.)
The collective or cooperative may then allocate it to other members of the group. Nothing allows marijuana to be purchased from outside the collective or cooperative for distribution to its members. Instead, the cycle should be a closed circuit of marijuana cultivation and consumption with no purchases or sales to or from non-members. To help prevent diversion of medical marijuana to nonmedical markets, collectives and cooperatives should document each member’s contribution of labor, resources, or money to the enterprise. They also should track and record the source of their marijuana.
The 1105 Cooperative is a not-for-profit California corporation in compliance with Prop 215 & SB 420. The Co-op is operated for the benefit of its members.