No. There are no retail stores in Baldwin Park selling cannabis even though California allows recreational marijuana dispensaries. Per Chapter 153.120.330 of Part 10 of the Baldwin Park Code of Ordinances, cannabis dispensaries are prohibited in the city.
No. Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited in the City of Baldwin Park. Although California legalized medical marijuana use and sales through the Compassionate Use of Marijuana Law in 1996, state cannabis laws permit Baldwin Park to regulate cannabis establishments within its jurisdiction. The Baldwin City Council, in accordance with Chapter 153.120.330 of Part 10 of its Code of Ordinances, bans the operations of medical marijuana retailers.
Since there are no approved cannabis retailers in Baldwin Park, you cannot order cannabis online from dispensaries in the city. However, you may order cannabis from other California cities for delivery in Baldwin Park.
Commercial cannabis operations, including cannabis dispensaries, are banned in Baldwin Park. Therefore, there are no retail weed shops in the city that you may visit.
Per the Baldwin Park Code of Ordinances, the city bans medical and recreational cannabis dispensaries from operating within its borders.
It is permitted to possess and use cannabis for recreational purposes in Baldwin Park in accordance with Proposition 64. Although cannabis sales are banned in the city as allowed under the MAUCRSA (Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act), there are no restrictions on recreational cannabis possession and use by qualified persons. Hence:
Adults aged 21 and above are permitted to possess up to 1 ounce of non-concentrated marijuana and 8 grams of concentrated marijuana
The cultivation of marijuana for personal use is allowed, but no more than six living plants, mature or immature, may be cultivated
As long as no compensation is involved, cannabis transfer of up to 28.5 grams of non-concentrated or 8 grams of concentrated cannabis between adults of legal age in Baldwin Park is permitted
Consuming cannabis on federal property and in public areas is strictly prohibited
Driving under the influence of cannabis is not allowed in Baldwin Park
Subject to obtaining a medical cannabis recommendation, Baldwin Park residents suffering from any of the following conditions may legally possess and use cannabis for medicinal purposes:
Persistent muscle spasms
Any condition that significantly limits your ability to carry out basic life activities
Under Proposition 215, medical cannabis is accessible to both minors and adults. However, minors are required to designate primary caregivers who are adult Californians to administer medical cannabis on their behalf. Caregivers must obtain approval from the California Department of Public Health before performing caregiving duties.
While medical cannabis is legal in Baldwin Park, its use in public locations or on federal property remains illegal. Note that the federal government, through its Controlled Substances Act, prohibits the use and possession of marijuana. Also, the Supreme Court has confirmed that the Controlled Substances Act does not contain a "compassionate use" exemption.
Baldwin Park residents medical cannabis patients possessing cannabis on private property are allowed to have up to 8 ounces of concentrated cannabis and also cultivate cannabis on their property for personal uses. Patients with valid medical cannabis recommendations can grow 12 immature plants and 6 flowering cannabis plants.
Although the state issues an optional medical marijuana card to participants of its Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program (MMICP), Baldwin Park residents who opt to collect California medical marijuana cards are exempted from sales and use taxes on medical marijuana purchases. Also, if patients are quizzed by law enforcement for holding higher cannabis amounts than recreational cannabis users, a medical marijuana identification card can serve as acceptable proof of having such quantities.
Residents of Baldwin Park can apply for medical marijuana identification cards through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH). In order to submit an application to the LADPH, you must satisfy some requirements. You are required to:
Reside permanently in Baldwin Park or another Los Angeles County location
Hold a valid recommendation for the use of medicinal marijuana from a California physician for one or more of the state's recognized medical conditions
You may submit your application to the LADPH by mail or in person at a pre-arranged visit. To pre-arrange an application submission appointment with the LADPH, call (866) 621-2204 or visit any of the LADPH offices at the following locations:
5050 Commerce Dr.
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
9800 S. La Cienega Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301
If you are completing your application by mail, submit it to:
Attention: Medical Marijuana Program
Environmental Health Headquarters
5050 Commerce Drive
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
Regardless of your submission mode (in-person or mail), the following are required:
A completed Acknowledgement Form
A completed Physician Attestation
A completed medical marijuana application form
A written and signed medical marijuana recommendation or completed CDPH 9044 form
An acceptable government-issued ID card
Proof of Baldwin Park residency. You may provide a rent or mortgage document, a California Department of Motor Vehicle Registration with your name and current Baldwin Park address, or a recent utility bill
A $100 or $50 application fee. You are eligible to pay $50 instead of the standard $100 fee if you provide verifiable proof as a Medi-Cal beneficiary. You may pay using a money order or cashier check made out to the "County of Los Angeles." If you participate in the Los Angeles CMSP (County Medical Service Program), you are exempt from paying an application fee. However, your original Medi-Cal or CMSP card must be included in the application
If your application is approved, a California medical marijuana identification card in your name will be ready within 5 weeks.
In Baldwin Park, it is legal to consume cannabis on private property. However, it is unlawful to use cannabis in public areas or inside motor vehicles.
Cannabis retailers are not permitted to operate in the city.
The average price of cannabis in the city is not known since cannabis sale is banned in the city.
Cannabis strains are unpopular in Baldwin Park since dispensaries are banned in the city.
No. Cannabis smoking in public places is unlawful in Baldwin Park.
Individuals who use cannabis for recreational purposes are permitted to possess a maximum of 28.5 grams of marijuana and 8 grams of concentrated cannabis. Furthermore, they are allowed to cultivate up to six cannabis plants, regardless of the maturity level of the plants. On the other hand, individuals who use cannabis for medicinal purposes can possess up to 8 ounces of concentrated cannabis and are authorized to grow up to 6 mature or 12 non-flowering cannabis plants.
You may ship cannabis from another California address to Baldwin Park if the substance is transported securely. However, transportation is illegal if the transportation involves movement across state lines. Note that federal law prohibits shipping weed across state borders.
There are no Baldwin Park retailers selling cannabis online to locals or tourists. However, adults can order recreational cannabis from other California cities for delivery in Baldwin Park. Also, Baldwin Park patients with valid medical cannabis recommendations can order medical cannabis from other California addresses.
No cannabis dispensary operates in the City of Baldwin Park.
There are no retail stores for tourists or locals to visit in the city.
Cannabis retail stores are banned in the City of Baldwin Park.
There are no retailers selling cannabis in Baldwin Park.
There are no authorized weed retailers in Baldwin Park.
There are no cannabis retail stores in the city.
No weed dispensary operates in the city.
There are no retailers selling weed in Baldwin Park.
Cannabis dispensaries are restricted from operating in the city.
There are no authorized marijuana retailers in the city.
No pot stores may operate in Baldwin Park per local law.
The California Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) regulates cannabis-related operations in Baldwin Park. You may contact the DCC by using the contact details on the agency’s website.
To report any illicit cannabis activities in Baldwin Park, file a complaint with the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) or the Baldwin Park Police Department. To contact the Baldwin Park PD, call (626) 960-1955.