No. The City of Dublin has chosen to prohibit commercial marijuana establishments within its limits as permitted under the California MAUCRSA (Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act). In accordance with Chapter 5.58.070 of the Dublin Municipal Code, no person or entity may operate, or permit to be operated, a commercial marijuana establishment including a cannabis dispensary in or on any premises or property in Dublin.
No. According to Chapter 5.58.020 of the Dublin Municipal Code, no persons or entities may operate, or permit to be operated, a medical marijuana dispensary anywhere in the city. Hence, persons looking to purchase medical cannabis in Dublin cannot find approved retail outlets there.
There are no approved Dublin retailers from which you may order cannabis online. However, there are no restrictions on ordering cannabis from authorized retailers in neighboring California cities or farther jurisdictions in the state.
Dublin has not allowed commercial marijuana establishments within its borders. Therefore, there are no marijuana stores in the city.
Pursuant to the Dublin Municipal Code, the city expressly prohibits the operations of medical and recreational cannabis dispensaries.
Dublin recreational cannabis laws include the following:
Only individuals aged 21 years or older are legally allowed to possess, use, or cultivate cannabis
Persons aged 21 or older are permitted to hold up to 1 ounce of non-concentrated cannabis and 8 grams of concentrated cannabis
Adults of legal age can grow cannabis, but cultivation is limited to 6 marijuana plants per private residence, regardless of whether the marijuana is cultivated inside the residence or in a fully enclosed and secure structure. The 6-plant cultivation limit per private residence applies regardless of the number of individuals residing at the private residence. Other cultivation requirements are contained in Chapter 5.58.090 of the Dublin Municipal Code
The outdoor cultivation of cannabis is illegal
Cannabis consumption on federal property and in public is unlawful
It is unlawful to drive while under the influence of cannabis
Cannabis sharing among Dublin adults of legal age is legal, provided no more than 28.5 grams of non-concentrated cannabis or 8 grams of concentrated cannabis is shared. Also, the transfer must not involve compensation, remuneration, or exchange of valuable item
Dublin's medical cannabis laws allow qualified persons access to cannabis. To be qualified under the city's medical cannabis laws, you must have a medical cannabis recommendation from a California-licensed physician for one of the eligible conditions. With a medical marijuana certification, you can visit licensed dispensaries in other California locations or place orders online with California-licensed dispensaries. The approved conditions for which you may be issued a medical marijuana certification in the City of Dublin are:
Persistent muscle spasm
Any ailment significantly limiting your ability to carry out basic life activities
Qualified patients in Dublin may also obtain a medical marijuana card under the Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program (MMICP) established by the California Department of Public Health. While the card is optional for qualified patients, it is acceptable proof for possessing, growing, transporting, or using medical marijuana. Medical marijuana cardholders are also exempted from paying sales tax on their medical cannabis purchases.
Dublin patients with medical cannabis certifications are allowed to possess 8 ounces of cannabis and cultivate 12 non-flowering or six flowering marijuana plants. Minors with qualifying medical conditions in Dublin can register with the state to access medical marijuana through their designated caregivers. Caregivers must be adult residents of California and must have received approval letters from the state Department of Public Health to care for specific qualified patients. Except where a caregiver is an emancipated minor or parent of a minor patient, a caregiver must be at least 18. Note that Dublin medical cannabis laws do not allow patients or caregivers to transfer cannabis to other patients or caregivers.
You qualify to obtain a California medical marijuana identification card in Dublin if you have been issued a medical cannabis certification under the state's medical marijuana program. Before you may be issued the certificate, you must reside in Dublin and have a recognized ailment permitted to be treated with medical marijuana in California.
After getting a medical marijuana certification, you must schedule an appointment with the county health office in Alameda. You may contact the Alameda County Department of Public Health by calling (510) 268-2977 to schedule an application submission appointment. Alternatively, visit the office’s address to set up a submission appointment. The county health office is located at
Department of Public Health
1100 San Leandro Blvd.
San Leandro, CA 94577
Bring the following to your appointment with the county health office:
A completed MMIC application form
Medical cannabis recommendation from a California-licensed physician
A valid government-issued photo ID
Proof of City of Dublin residence. The documentation provided must contain your name and address in the City of Dublin
An application fee of $100. If you are a beneficiary of the Medi-Cal program, you qualify for a discounted fee of $50
After submitting your application, the county health office will review it for accuracy and completeness. After the completion of the verification process, you will be notified when your medical marijuana card is available for pickup. The typical wait time for the card to be ready for pickup is 35 days.
In Dublin, you can consume cannabis in your own home or in a private residence where the owner allows it.
Dublin has no cannabis dispensaries.
Cannabis retailers are prohibited in the city.
Since Dublin prohibits cannabis dispensaries, cannabis strains are not popular in the city.
No. Cannabis smoking in public places, such as schools, transit buses, streets, and parks, is not permitted.
Cannabis possession limits differ for cannabis users depending on whether users are medical or recreational consumers. Recreational users are allowed to have up to 28.5 grams of non-concentrated cannabis and 8 grams of concentrated cannabis. They can also grow six cannabis plants regardless of their maturity levels. Medical cannabis users can have up to 8 ounces of concentrated cannabis and grow up to 6 mature or 12 immature cannabis plants.
If you are transporting cannabis from Dublin to another California address or from a California municipality to Dublin, you do not contravene any state or local law. However, any shipment of cannabis across the state line is illegal.
When transporting cannabis within California, it is recommended that you store the cannabis in the trunk of the vehicle. Alternatively, you may store it in the locked glove compartment of your car. During transportation, cannabis must be in its original packaging with the label intact. The cannabis container should be sealed and not easily accessible while driving. Note that transporting more than the legal possession limit, even though the drug remains in your vehicle's trunk or glove compartment, is an offense.
Although no cannabis dispensaries are operating in Dublin, you can order cannabis online from other California locations, for delivery in Dublin.
There are no weed dispensaries in the City of Dublin.
There are no pot stores in the city
Cannabis retailers are prohibited in the City of Dublin.
There are no cannabis retail stores in Dublin.
There are no approved pot retailers in Dublin.
There are no pot stores in the city.
No weed dispensaries are permitted to be located in the city.
There are no weed dispensaries to visit in Dublin.
The operations of cannabis dispensaries are banned in the city.
There are no approved cannabis retailers in the city.
There are no authorized cannabis retailers in Dublin.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis-related operations in Dublin. You may contact the DCC using its contact information.
You can report illicit cannabis activities in the city by filing a complaint to the California DCC or the Dublin Police Services. To contact the Dublin Police Services, call (925) 462-1212.