Marijuana delivery is legal in Inglewood because California marijuana laws permit weed delivery in all jurisdictions in the state. Residents can order medical or recreational marijuana products online and have them delivered to their homes.
Yes, medical cannabis delivery is legal in Inglewood. Although Section 12-135 of the Inglewood Municipal Code prohibits all commercial marijuana activities in the city, the delivery of medical cannabis to patients is allowed in accordance with the state’s cannabis laws. The Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) prohibits municipalities from banning cannabis delivery within their boundaries.
Yes, recreational cannabis delivery is legal in Inglewood. Although Inglewood bans marijuana delivery, the MAUCRSA allows weed delivery by licensed cannabis retailers across the state. In addition, a new set of cannabis regulations by the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) permits licensed marijuana dispensaries to deliver cannabis in every jurisdiction in California.
Eligible Inglewood residents can order medical or recreational marijuana online or by phone from licensed out-of-city marijuana dispensaries. Marijuana dispensaries can deliver cannabis to buyers’ home addresses in Inglewood.
Eligible Inglewood residents can order up to 1 ounce (28.5 grams) of weed or 8 grams of cannabis concentrates daily. Also, medical cannabis patients can order for delivery up to 8 ounces (226.8 grams) of medical marijuana daily.
Residents must be at least 21 years old to order recreational weed for delivery in Inglewood. In contrast, medical cannabis patients aged 18 years or older can order medical marijuana products and have them delivered to the city. Patients under 18 must order through their designated caregivers.
Only out-of-city marijuana retailers licensed by the DCC can deliver marijuana to eligible cannabis consumers in Inglewood. Inglewood currently prohibits establishing commercial cannabis businesses within its borders.
There are no weed delivery services in Inglewood. However, eligible marijuana consumers in the city can contact dispensaries in neighboring municipalities to enquire about the coverage of their weed delivery services. It is highly likely that these dispensaries can deliver to Inglewood residential addresses.
Yes. In addition, marijuana can only be delivered to the person who placed the order in Inglewood. Recreational marijuana consumers must present government-issued ID cards upon delivery of their orders. Similarly, medical marijuana patients must provide their medical marijuana identification cards before they can receive medical cannabis deliveries.