Tracy permits the home delivery of medical and recreational marijuana. A storefront or non-storefront cannabis retail license issued by the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) is required to provide a marijuana delivery service in the city.
Yes, Tracy permits medical marijuana delivery for registered patients and caregivers. The Tracy City Council adopted Ordinance 1277 in 2019, enabling the operation of non-storefront (delivery-only) cannabis retailers with city and state licenses. Also, the Medicinal Cannabis Patients’ Right of Access Act of 2022 allows marijuana dispensaries to deliver medical marijuana in all California cities.
Yes. Per Tracy Municipal Code, Section 6.36.370, cannabis non-storefront retailers in the city can deliver marijuana to adults aged 21 or older.
Yes. Most licensed dispensaries in Tracy have online cannabis stores to facilitate online medical and recreational marijuana purchases. Cannabis users can order weed directly online or by phone from such dispensaries.
Tracy allows the delivery of the following cannabis orders:
To use Tracy weed delivery service, qualifying medical cannabis patients must be 18 years or older, while adults must be 21 years or older to order recreational cannabis for delivery. Caregivers aged 21 years or older can also request weed deliveries for medical marijuana patients under 18 years.
Tracy permits DCC-licensed non-storefront and storefront cannabis dispensaries to provide weed delivery services within its boundaries.
Medical and recreational marijuana consumers can use the DCC license search tool to find weed delivery services near them in Tracy.
Yes. Tracy residents must present valid government-issued photo IDs to receive recreational marijuana deliveries. On the other hand, registered marijuana patients and caregivers must present active medical marijuana cards or physicians’ recommendations to receive medical marijuana orders.