Medical and recreational marijuana can be delivered in Carson by licensed cannabis retailers. While the city prohibits the establishment of dispensaries within its borders, consumers may order cannabis products from dispensaries in neighboring cities and have the products delivered to them.
Yes. The use of medical marijuana by licensed patients is legal in Carson, and so is delivery. The Carson City Council adopted Ordinance 17-1637 in 2017 to regulate cannabis businesses in the city and allow medical marijuana delivery services.
Yes. Carson permits adult-use marijuana delivery to its residence in line with Ordinance 17-1637. Also, DCC regulations allow statewide weed delivery.
Yes. Carson residents can legally order cannabis products for delivery by phone or through retail dispensaries’ websites. Orders are delivered to customers’ residences by employees of retail dispensaries.
Recreational cannabis users are allowed under the Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act to order up to 1 ounce (28 grams) of cannabis product for delivery in Carson. On the other hand, qualifying medical marijuana patients or their designated caregivers may order more than 1 ounce (28 grams) of medical cannabis.
Medical marijuana delivery services in Carson are only available to registered cannabis patients aged 18 years or older. Patients under 18 must have licensed designated caregivers to order medical marijuana products for delivery on their behalf. Recreational consumers must be at least 21 years old to use weed delivery services.
State-licensed cannabis retailers with the necessary retail licenses from the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) can provide weed delivery services in Carson.
Marijuana consumers in Carson can find licensed marijuana delivery services near them by using the DCC license search to identify and contact dispensaries willing to deliver weed to Carson.
Yes, Carson residents require valid IDs to receive marijuana deliveries. Patients or caregivers receiving medical marijuana deliveries must present valid California Medical Marijuana Authorization cards or physicians’ recommendations. To receive a recreational marijuana delivery, a person must provide a valid government-issued identification card for age and identity verification.