Weed delivery is legal in Hawthorne even while commercial cannabis activities are prohibited within the city’s borders. Medical and recreational marijuana can be delivered to cannabis consumers in the city by licensed retailers from neighboring cities or towns.
Yes. Cannabis patients registered under the California Medical Marijuana Program and designated caregivers in Hawthorne may use medical marijuana delivery services in compliance with the 2023 DCC regulations.
Yes. Hawthorne permits recreational marijuana delivery from licensed retailers outside its borders to eligible recreational cannabis consumers. Although the city prohibits commercial marijuana activities, the new DCC regulations allow weed delivery everywhere in the state.
Yes. Although there is a ban on the establishment of cannabis businesses within the city borders, Hawthorne residents can legally order cannabis products from approved online retailers in neighboring cities and have them delivered to their residential addresses.
Adults 21 years or older are permitted to order up to 1 ounce (28 grams) of cannabis flower or 8 grams of cannabis concentrate under California marijuana laws. Medical marijuana patients or designated caregivers for patients younger than 18 may order up to 8 ounces (226 grams) of medical cannabis for delivery in Hawthorne.
Recreational cannabis consumers in Hawthorne must be at least 21 years old to use weed delivery services. Medical marijuana delivery services are only available to patients aged 18 or older and caregivers for patients under 18.
Hawthorne residents can use delivery services provided by California-licensed retailers outside.
Marijuana consumers in Hawthorne can find licensed marijuana delivery services near them using the DCC license search tool. They should call these selected dispensaries to confirm that they offer weed delivery services in Hawthorne.
Yes. Valid government-issued IDs are required to receive recreational marijuana deliveries in Hawthorne. Patients who need medical marijuana deliveries or their designated caregivers must have valid medical cannabis recommendations from their physicians or active California Medical Marijuana Authorization cards.