No. Pursuant to Section 3-4-2610 of the Burbank Municipal Code, marijuana dispensaries are prohibited within Burbank. No person or entity may operate a marijuana dispensary in any zoning district in the City of Burbank.
No. Pursuant to Section 5-3-210 of the Burbank Municipal Code, commercial cannabis establishments, including medical marijuana dispensaries, are illegal in Burbank.
No. You cannot purchase marijuana online legally in Burbank, as marijuana dispensaries and cannabis delivery are banned in the city.
There are no authorized marijuana dispensaries in the City of Burbank. Therefore, you cannot yet visit a dispensary in the city.
Cannabis dispensaries are illegal in Burbank. Hence, there are no cannabis dispensary laws enacted in the city.
Although selling cannabis is illegal in the City of Burbank, cannabis possession, use, and cultivation are allowed in the city to the extent permitted under the California Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA). Under the MAUCRSA:
Burbank residents aged 21 or older may possess, obtain, or give away to persons aged 21 or older without compensation, no more than 28.5 grams of marijuana and not in the form of concentrated cannabis. The gifting or sharing of marijuana may not involve any form of compensation
Commercial marijuana operations are prohibited in Burbank
A Burbank adult older aged 21 or older may cultivate up to six live cannabis plants in a single private residence for personal use
Outdoor cannabis cultivation is illegal in Burbank
It is illegal to ship marijuana across state lines
Driving under the influence of cannabis is an offense
Consuming cannabis in public is illegal
Marijuana possession or consumption on federal lands and buildings is not allowed
Burbank residents may not use cannabis within 1,000 feet of a school or childcare facility
The Compassionate Use Act, passed by the California legislature in 1996, made medical marijuana legal in Burbank and elsewhere in California. Although the selling of medicinal cannabis is prohibited in the City of Burbank, residents may use medical marijuana if they have received approval from certified California doctors in the form of certifications. California physicians are permitted to issue medical cannabis approvals or certifications to persons suffering from specific debilitating medical conditions.
The Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program (MMICP) and a medical marijuana patients registration database established under state medical cannabis laws for approved patients and primary caregivers are also available to Burbank residents. Although getting a medical marijuana card under the MMICP is optional, having one helps law authorities to confirm that the individual named on the card is permitted to consume medicinal marijuana and exempts the person from paying sales tax on medical cannabis transactions. Burbank residents enrolled in the MMICP may purchase medical cannabis from neighboring jurisdictions where medical cannabis sales are legal.
Medical marijuana users in Burbank are prohibited by California law from using cannabis in public or while driving a motor vehicle. Medical marijuana patients are prohibited from selling or giving away medical cannabis or medical cannabis products. Medical marijuana patients in the city may possess up to 8 ounces of marijuana concentrate and can cultivate up to 6 mature or 12 immature cannabis plants. Medical marijuana patients, with doctors' recommendations, may possess or cultivate additional marijuana in accordance with their specific medical requirements as approved by their doctors or physicians.
To get a medical marijuana identification card in Burbank, you must apply to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH). The LADPH permits applicants for medical marijuana cards to complete their applications at scheduled appointments or by mail. To schedule an appointment with the LADPH, call the Department at (866) 621-2204.
Note that before you may apply for a medical marijuana card, you must fulfill the eligibility criteria. These criteria require that you must:
Reside in the City of Burbank or another Los Angeles County address
Be 18 or older. If you are under 18, you must provide proof of emancipation or that you have obtained approval from your parent and guardian for medical marijuana use
Have an approved medical condition. Approved medical conditions for medical marijuana use in California are:
Seizures, including seizures with epilepsy
Persistent muscle spasms, including spasms related to multiple sclerosis
Any other persistent or chronic medical symptom that substantially limits your ability to conduct a significant life activity as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
Get approval or recommendation from your healthcare practitioner indicating that medicinal marijuana use is beneficial for your condition
Be a primary caregiver whose patient meets the conditions stated above
To complete your application, the following will be required:
Completed medical marijuana card application form
Completed Acknowledgement Form
Completed Physician Attestation
The original written recommendation of the patient's medical records or medical documentation (CDPH 9044 form)
A government-issued photo identification, such as a State of California-issued driver's license, California ID
Proof of residence in the City of Burbank or another Los Angeles County jurisdiction
Application fee of $100, or $50 if you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary. A full waiver applies if you are a beneficiary of the Los Angeles County Medical Service Program (CMSP. You may pay the application fee with a money order or cashier's check made payable to the "County of Los Angeles”
The original Medi-Cal or Los Angeles County Medical Services Program card, if applicable
If you are mailing in your marijuana card application, a recent passport-sized color picture taken within the last 30 days will be required. If you submit your application at a scheduled appointment, the LADPH will take your photograph during the appointment. You may send your complete application by mail to:
Attention: Medical Marijuana Program
Environmental Health Headquarters
5050 Commerce Drive
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
After submitting your marijuana card application, it may take up to 5 weeks to review and issue your medical marijuana identification card. A LADPH employee will contact you when the card is available.
Marijuana consumption is legal in private homes and properties. Cannabis consumption may not occur in multi-unit apartments, rented apartments, streets, public places, and federal lands or buildings. However, persons who have obtained express permission from their landlords may consume cannabis in rented apartments.
There are no legal marijuana dispensing locations in Burbank. The city bans the operations of cannabis dispensaries.
Burbank does not approve of any person or entity selling cannabis within its borders.
The sale of cannabis and cannabis products is prohibited in Burbank.
No. Smoking cannabis in public in Burbank is illegal.
Burbank residents aged 21 or older can possess up to 8 grams of concentrated cannabis and 28.5 grams of cannabis at once. Registered medical marijuana patients in the city can possess up to 8 ounces of marijuana at once.
No. Shipping cannabis across state lines is a federal offense and may not occur in the City of Burbank.
No. You cannot order marijuana online, as marijuana dispensaries are prohibited in Burbank.
No. There are no approved cannabis dispensaries in Burbank.
Tourists cannot use weed dispensaries in Burbank as the city bans the operations of cannabis dispensaries.
It is illegal to purchase weed within Burbank, as marijuana dispensaries are banned.
Burbank prohibits the operations of cannabis dispensaries within its jurisdiction.
The City of Burbank has not approved any dispensary to operate in the city.
No dispensaries are authorized to dispense marijuana in the City of Burbank.
Dispensaries are not allowed to operate within the borders of Burbank.
You cannot visit a dispensary in Burbank, as cannabis dispensaries are banned in the city.
There are no authorized cannabis dispensaries in the City of Burbank.
With no authorized marijuana dispensaries in the City of Burbank, you cannot legally purchase marijuana.
You cannot enter a dispensary yet in Burbank, as there are no approved cannabis dispensaries in the city.
Commercial cannabis operations are not currently regulated in Burbank as such activities are illegal. However, you may contact the Burbank Manager or the California Department of Cannabis Control for more information on cannabis activities in the city.
You may report illegal cannabis activities in the City of Burbank by contacting the Burbank Police department or the California DCC (Department of Cannabis Control).