No. There are no marijuana dispensaries in San Ramon. Per Division B10-1 of the San Ramon Municipal Code, commercial non-medical marijuana activities, including non-medical cannabis sales, are illegal within the city's borders.
No. According to Division B10-2 of the San Ramon Municipal Code, medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited in the city. No entities or persons may operate a medical marijuana dispensary within the city. No conditional or land use permit or license is issued by the San Ramon City Council for the establishment of a medical marijuana dispensary.
There are no dispensaries in San Ramon. Hence, cannabis users cannot purchase cannabis from online weed dispensaries located in the city. However, it is possible to order cannabis from an online weed dispensary located in another part of California and have it delivered to an address in San Ramon.
You cannot visit a cannabis dispensary in San Ramon, as there are no dispensaries there.
The City of San Ramon bans the operations of medical and non-medical cannabis dispensaries.
San Ramon bans the establishment of commercial recreational cannabis establishments in the city as permitted under Proposition 64. Also, pursuant to Proposition 64:
The possession of one ounce of marijuana flower or 8 grams of concentrated marijuana is allowed for persons aged 21 or older. Minors are not allowed to possess any amount of cannabis for recreational use
A person aged 21 or older may cultivate and possess no more than six living marijuana plants inside a private residence or inside an accessory structure at any one time, so long as all of the minimum cultivation standards stipulated under Chapter III, Division B10 of the San Ramon Municipal Code are fulfilled
No person or entity, including, but not limited to, clinics, collectives, cooperatives, and dispensaries, may establish, engage in, or otherwise permit any marijuana delivery activity within the city's jurisdictional limits
San Ramon residents aged 21 or older may share up to 28.5 grams of cannabis flower or 8 grams of cannabis concentrates with other adults in the city, provided no compensations or exchanges of items are involved
Consuming marijuana within 1,000 feet of a daycare center or school is prohibited
Giving or selling cannabis to minors is illegal
Smoking marijuana in public and places where tobacco smoking is illegal is prohibited
Transporting cannabis across state lines is illegal
Driving marijuana under the influence of marijuana is unlawful and may result in a DUI
Possessing cannabis on federally-owned structures or properties, including national forests and parks, is prohibited
San Ramon employers are permitted to enforce drug-free policies in workplaces
In California, the legal age for purchasing cannabis is 21. However, individuals 18 or older with recognized medical conditions can legally obtain cannabis for medical purposes. This is permissible under SB 420, also referred to as the medical marijuana program act.
Patients who have qualifying medical conditions and have obtained medical marijuana recommendations from state-approved physicians can legally purchase, use, possess, and cultivate cannabis for personal medical uses. While getting a medical marijuana card under the medical marijuana identification card program (MMICP) is optional, the card provides the person named on it with legal rights against arrest for marijuana possession. It also exempts the individual from sales taxes on medical marijuana.
While medical marijuana sales are not permitted in San Ramon, qualified patients with medical cannabis recommendations can purchase medical marijuana in neighboring jurisdictions where it is legally sold. They can possess up to 226.8 grams of concentrated marijuana and cultivate up to six mature or 12 immature plants. However, patients are prohibited from sharing medical marijuana and medical marijuana products with other patients.
If you reside in San Ramon and have one of the following conditions, you may apply to the Contra Costa County Health Services to obtain a California medical marijuana registration ID Card:
Persistent muscle spasm
Any ailment significantly limiting your ability to carry out basic life activities
The county health office requires applicants to schedule appointments to submit their applications, as walk-in submissions are not accepted. To schedule an appointment with the county health office, call (925) 313-1126 or visit:
Contra Costa Public Health Vital Registration
Medical Marijuana ID Card Program
10 Douglas Drive, Ste #220
Martinez, CA 94553
At your appointment, you must submit the following:
A completed application form
An acceptable government-issued photo ID, such as a California driver's license or identification card, a Veteran's Administration Card, and a United States Passport
Proof of residency in San Ramon with your name and current physical address in the City of San Ramon
Written documentation or CDPH 9044 form from your physician. The healthcare provider must be a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy licensed in California, and the documentation must state that you have a severe medical condition and that medical marijuana use would be appropriate for your condition
Your attending physician's name, contact address, and California medical license number
A $100 application fee or $50 for Medi-Cal beneficiaries. You may pay with cash, a money order, or a credit or debit card
Current Medi-Cal card if you are a beneficiary
At your appointment with the county health office, your photograph will be taken, and the Contra Costa Vital Registration will send the photograph and application data to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Within 35 days, the Vital Registration office will notify you to pick up your card.
Cannabis use is allowed on private property in San Ramon.
You cannot buy cannabis at a San Ramon Dispensary, as there are no dispensaries in the city.
There are no cannabis retailers in the city.
There are no approved retailers in San Ramon.
No. Smoking in public is illegal in San Ramon.
In San Ramon, the possession limits for cannabis vary depending on whether the cannabis is for recreational or medical purposes. For recreational use, individuals who are 21 years or older can have up to 28.5 grams of flower or 8 grams of concentrated marijuana.
For medical use, a patient with a valid medical recommendation from a licensed physician can possess and cultivate more cannabis than a recreational user. Medical patients are allowed to possess up to 8 ounces of cannabis and cultivate up to 12 immature plants or six mature plants for personal use.
No. It is prohibited to transport cannabis across state borders into or out of San Ramon. However, you may ship cannabis products obtained elsewhere in California to an address in San Ramon.
Yes, you can order cannabis online in San Ramon from online retailers in California jurisdictions where retailers exist.
There are no 24-hour dispensaries in the city.
There are no cannabis dispensaries in San Ramon
Cannabis dispensary operations are prohibited in the City of San Ramon.
There are no cannabis retailers in San Ramon.
There are no marijuana dispensaries in San Ramon.
There are no cannabis dispensaries in San Ramon.
Marijuana dispensaries are not permitted in the city.
There are no dispensaries to visit in San Ramon.
San Ramon City bans the activities of cannabis dispensaries in the city.
There are no approved cannabis retailers in the city.
You must be 21 or older to visit recreational cannabis dispensaries in California. However, there are no authorized cannabis retail stores in San Ramon.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis operations in San Ramon. You may contact the Department using its contact information.
You can report illegal cannabis activities in San Ramon by filing a complaint to the California DCC or the San Ramon Police Department. To contact the San Ramon Police Department, call (925) 973-2779. Alternatively, you may submit a report online via the San Ramon Police Department website.