No. Although Proposition 64 allows for the establishment of marijuana dispensaries in California, the City of Glendale prohibits the establishment of marijuana dispensaries within its borders pursuant to Section 9.10.020 of the Glendale Municipal Code.
Section 9.10.20 of the Glendale Municipal Code bans the operations of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. Hence, there are no city-approved medical marijuana dispensaries in Glendale.
You cannot legally purchase cannabis online as no authorized weed dispensaries exist in the City of Glendale.
There are currently no approved dispensaries in Glendale, as commercial cannabis operations are prohibited in the city.
With commercial cannabis operations banned in the city, its municipal code contains no dispensary laws.
Following the approval of California's medicinal marijuana legislation, the state legalized recreational marijuana in November 2016 through Proposition 64. Proposition 64 allows Glendale residents of legal age to cultivate, process, transport, acquire, and buy marijuana subject to certain restrictions.
Recreational cannabis laws in effect in Glendale include the following:
Glendale adults 21 or older may possess up to 28.5 grams of marijuana and 8 grams of cannabis concentrate. Any amounts in excess of these limits constitute an offense
Glendale adults 21 or older may purchase and use marijuana accessories
Glendale adults 21 or older may grow up to six cannabis plants indoors in locked and secure locations out of public view
Cannabis cannot be consumed in public or wherever tobacco smoking is prohibited
Cannabis consumption is prohibited while driving a vehicle or sitting in the passenger seat of a vehicle used for transportation
Smoking marijuana is banned within 1,000 feet of a youth center, daycare center, or school when minors are present, unless in a private residence and only if such smoking is undetectable by others on the grounds of such a youth center, daycare center, or school
Personal cannabis consumption is only meant to provide cannabis for the individual cultivating the plants. The cultivated cannabis may be given away, but it may not be sold
The Compassionate Use Act of California (CUA), which legalized medicinal marijuana in California, was proposed in 1996. CUA permits eligible Californians to grow, purchase, and use medical marijuana. However, the City of Glendale prohibits the sale and delivery of medical marijuana within its jurisdiction. Still, residents aged 18 or older may grow up to 6 mature and 12 immature cannabis plants for medical uses. Such cultivation must be done indoors and out of public view. Glendale also permits patients to designate caregivers to help cultivate marijuana.
You can obtain a medical marijuana identification card in Glendale by scheduling an appointment with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) or by completing an application by mail. To schedule an appointment with the Department, call the LADPH at (866) 621-2204. The medical marijuana card is issued under the California Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program (MMICP), established following the passage of Senate Bill 420.
Appointments at the LADPH are available from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the following locations:
5050 Commerce Dr.
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
9800 S. La Cienega Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301
In order to be eligible to obtain a medical marijuana identification card in the City of Glendale, you must:
Reside in Glendale
Be 18 or older. If you are under 18, documentation proving that you are emancipated or have obtained approval from your guardian and parent will be required
Have a serious health condition, such as AIDS, severe nausea, cancer, cachexia, anorexia, muscle spasms, seizures, glaucoma, migraine, chronic pain, and arthritis. Other ailments such as those listed in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 that impede your ability to perform one or more critical life activities may qualify
Obtain a recommendation from your attending physician indicating that the use of medicinal marijuana is beneficial for your condition
Be a primary caregiver whose patient meets the conditions outlined above
At your appointment at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, the following will be required:
Completed application form
Completed Physician Attestation
Completed Acknowledgement Form
The original written recommendation of the patient's medical records or medical documentation (CDPH 9044 form)
Valid and original government-issued photo identification, such as a State of California-issued driver's license, California ID, Veterans Administration ID Card, and the United States Passport
Proof of residence in Glendale, such as a recent utility bill, mortgage or rent receipt or agreement, or California DMV registration having your current address in Glendale
Application Fee. The typical application fee is $100, while Medi-Cal beneficiaries are discounted 50% on the fee ($50). If you are a beneficiary of the Los Angeles County Medical Service Program (CMSP), you do not have to pay an application fee. The county public health department accepts payment by means of a money order or cashier's check made payable to the "County of Los Angeles." Note that the application fee is non-refundable
Original Medi-Cal or Los Angeles County Medical Services Program card, if applicable
If you are submitting your MMIC application by mail, a passport-color photo taken within the last month is required as part of the application. If you submit your application at the scheduled appointment with the LADPH, the photo will be taken at the appointment. Mail applications may be submitted to:
Attention: Medical Marijuana Program
Environmental Health Headquarters
5050 Commerce Drive
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
It may take up to 35 days after your application submission for your medical marijuana identification card to be available.
In Glendale, cannabis use is permitted within private dwellings. Before consuming cannabis in a leased or rented apartment, ensure you obtain authorization from the landlord or property manager. Additionally, it is prohibited to consume cannabis in public locations and on federally owned properties or buildings in the city.
You cannot yet legally purchase cannabis in Glendale as the state bans the establishment of cannabis dispensaries within its borders.
Selling cannabis in Glendale is illegal as all forms of commercial cannabis operations are currently illegal in the city.
Cannabis sales and purchases are not currently legal in Glendale.
Glendale abides by the Adult Use of Marijuana Act which prohibits the smoking of cannabis in public places. Although a public place is not defined under the AUMA, it typically includes hotels, outdoor dining areas, bus stops, multi-unit residential buildings, religious places, schools, banks, ATM lines, inside public transit or vehicles, and outdoor assembly places.
Under the Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA), Glendale residents are permitted to possess up to 28 grams of cannabis and 8 grams of cannabis-infused products daily. Also, each household may cultivate up to six cannabis plants. Medical marijuana patients registered in Glendale may possess up to 8 ounces of marijuana daily.
According to the Controlled Substances Act, marijuana remains a Schedule I Controlled Substance. Hence, it is a crime to transport cannabis over state lines into Glendale. Such a violation may result in lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines.
No. You cannot order cannabis online in Glendale, as commercial cannabis operations are illegal in the city.
There are no approved Glendale weed dispensaries.
No. There are no legally operating cannabis dispensaries in Glendale.
There are no authorized dispensaries in Glendale, as commercial cannabis activities are banned in the city.
There are currently no approved dispensaries in Glendale.
Glendale prohibits weed dispensaries from operating in the city.
There are no approved recreational and medical dispensaries in Glendale.
Glendale does not allow marijuana dispensaries to operate in its jurisdiction.
There are no approved marijuana dispensaries in Glendale, as the city prohibits the establishment of commercial cannabis businesses.
Recreational and medical weed dispensaries are not operational in Glendale due to the city's ban on commercial cannabis operations.
There are no authorized dispensaries in Glendale.
The City of Glendale prohibits the operation of dispensaries in the city.
The City of Glendale has not designated a cannabis regulating agency as cannabis manufacturing, distribution, and retail are prohibited within its borders.
You may report illegal cannabis operations or activities in Glendale to the Glendale Police Department by calling the Department at (818) 548-4911 or filing a complaint online.