Guide to Drop Zone Cowork
Everything (almost) you need to use DZC...
Face coverings that cover your mouth and nose are required inside when not in the conference room or phone booths. We also provide disinfecting wipes to clean your workspace.
With COVID-19, please no guests inside Drop Zone Cowork's open area. You are welcome to have guests with you in the conference room.
There are three slots facing the river between the Drop Zone Cowork and Methow Trails that are for Drop Zone Cowork. You can also parallel park across the street. No parking directly in front of the sidewalk windows please.
Drop Zone Cowork is open 24/7. You can gain access as soon as you sign up, including a 4 digit code via email to provide access to the front door as well as our Wi-Fi code.
Drop Zone Cowork is generally a quiet and studious place. If you are mostly listening in to a call with headphones, you can take it anywhere. If you’re actively participating on a call, please use the phone booth, book the conference room, or take it outside.
The two phone booths are available first come, first serve, for calls. Please limit your use of the phone booths to three hours per day. If you need additional time for meetings or calls, you can book the conference room.
Monthly members are provided with certain conference room benefits and can book the conference room here: www.dropzonecowork.com/reserve
The tables and benches outside are available for Drop Zone Cowork members and day pass users.
The HP Laserjet prints color and black and white. Members receive 100 free black and white and 25 free color prints per month. Daily users (and monthly members above their free quote) can pay $0.05 for black and white and $0.25 for color prints. The printer is discoverable wirelessly. There is also a USB cable available. We don't have a fax, but many members have found apps for their phones that work well for faxing.
Hot water and coffee is available to brew yourself. There is a microwave and toaster. Sam’s Snack Shop offers limited snacks for purchase. Depending on inventory, this can include sodas and energy bars. Please use the cash jar.
We created this space because we saw friends and visitors who needed better options for places to do their best work. Shannon is an author and speaker with The Grit Institute, and Peter is the founder of Tiller Money, a personal finance software service. You can reach Peter and Shannon Polson at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 206.669.0130 for urgent matters.