The City of Newport Beach prohibits marijuana establishments within its jurisdictional limits. This is in line with the provisions of the MAUCRSA allowing municipalities to ban cannabis businesses from locating within their borders. However, California marijuana delivery rules allow out-of-city retailers licensed by the state to provide delivery services in any jurisdiction. Therefore, residents can order weed from other California cities for delivery as long as they are eligible to possess and use marijuana in Newport Beach.
Yes. While Chapter 10.70 of the Newport Beach Municipal Code expressly prohibits medical marijuana delivery and the operation of medical marijuana dispensaries, California DCC marijuana delivery rules allow out-of-city retailers to deliver medical marijuana to authorized patients and caregivers in Newport Beach.
Yes. According to a Newport Beach ordinance (Chapter 10.70 of its municipal code), marijuana deliveries are prohibited in the city. However, marijuana delivery rules established by the California Department of Cannabis Control allow licensed out-of-city retailers to deliver weed to eligible adults in the city.
There are no dispensaries or retailers permitted to operate in Newport Beach. So, while you cannot purchase weed online from in-city retailers, you can still order weed online from dispensaries located in other California cities. You can order weed for delivery or pick up at the address of the retailer.
Adults purchasing recreational cannabis can order up to 28.35 grams of usable flower or 8 grams of concentrated cannabis. Medical marijuana users with California medical marijuana cards or physician’s recommendations to use medical weed can order up to 8 ounces of marijuana for delivery.
You must be 18 or older to use medical marijuana delivery services or at least 21 to use recreational marijuana delivery services.
Out-of-city commercial marijuana establishments with California DCC-issued microbusiness, retail storefront, or delivery-only licenses can offer marijuana delivery services in Newport Beach.
Using the California DCC search tool, you can find the contact information of commercial retailers and other marijuana business licensees in other California cities. With these details, you can contact them about the available delivery service options in your area. Alternatively, you can ask other weed users in your area for recommendations about services delivering weed to your neighborhood.
An unexpired valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license, is required to receive a medical marijuana delivery. A California medical marijuana card or physician's recommendation to use medical marijuana and a valid government ID are required to receive a medical marijuana delivery in Newport Beach.