The City of Thousand Oaks permits the operations of medical marijuana dispensaries but not delivery services by such dispensaries. Furthermore, the city bans the establishment of recreational marijuana dispensaries within its jurisdiction as allowed under Proposition 64. However, California regulations stipulate that medical and recreational marijuana deliveries may be made to all municipalities by licensed entities regardless of local ordinances banning such activities.
Yes. Pursuant to Chapter 29 of the City of Thousand Oaks Municipal Code, the city permits the establishment of medical marijuana retail storefronts but prohibits the delivery of medical marijuana. However, state regulations allowing medical marijuana deliveries in all California jurisdictions mean that medical marijuana delivery services may be used in the city without fear of legal repercussions.
Yes. While the City of Thousand Oaks prohibits recreational marijuana delivery under Section 5-29.03 of its municipal code, state law allows the Department of Cannabis Control-licensed retailers to offer recreational marijuana delivery in Thousand Oaks.
Yes, Thousand Oaks residents can order weed online legally. While not all retailers offer delivery services, most allow buyers to order online to skip lines at the store or for curbside pickup. You may order weed from city dispensaries or other California-approved retailers.
Eight grams of concentrated marijuana or 28 grams of non-concentrated forms of marijuana is the limit for recreational marijuana buyers. Patients are required not to exceed 8 ounces of medical marijuana when ordering weed online.
Only adults aged 21 or older can use recreational marijuana deliveries in Thousand Oaks. It is prohibited for minors to use weed delivery services. However, patients aged 18 or older may use medical marijuana delivery services.
Type 9 and Type 10 licensees with unexpired authorizations from the California Department of Cannabis Control may offer weed delivery services. A Type 9 licensee is a delivery-only cannabis business, while a Type 10 licensee is an authorized storefront retailer.
There are several dispensaries in Thousand Oaks offering weed delivery services. You may look through online pot shop directories listing Thousand Oaks dispensaries to find retailers offering weed delivery. To confirm the availability of delivery services in your area, contact the closest dispensaries to ask about ordering weed for home delivery.
A valid ID, such as a United States passport, California driver’s license, or other California ID, suffices to receive a recreational marijuana delivery. A medical marijuana patient will be required to provide a California medical marijuana card or doctor's prescription and a valid ID to receive a delivery.