No. According to Section 12-135 of the Inglewood Municipal Code, marijuana dispensaries are prohibited in Inglewood. No such cannabis business may be operated in any zoning district in the City of Inglewood.
No. Pursuant to Section 135 of the Inglewood Municipal Code prohibits the operation of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. However, Subsection b (1) of Section 12-135 permits the inpatient sale or dispensing of medical cannabis to qualified patients inside hospitals or medical facilities, provided such institutions have obtained Special Use Permits from the City to engage in medical cannabis sale and dispensing. Subsection b (2) prohibits the outpatient sale and dispensing of medical cannabis to qualified patients in all zones in the city. No license or permit may be issued for such activity.
No. You cannot purchase marijuana online from weed dispensaries in Inglewood, as marijuana dispensaries and cannabis delivery are illegal in the city.
There are no authorized marijuana dispensaries in the City of Inglewood. Therefore, you cannot visit a dispensary in the city.
Cannabis dispensaries are banned in Inglewood. Hence, there are no cannabis dispensary laws enacted in the city.
While Inglewood residents cannot legally purchase cannabis in the city due to the ban on cannabis dispensaries, they can possess and use cannabis for recreational purposes under the Adult Use Marijuana Act (AUMA), which legalized cannabis statewide in California. Under the AUMA and as later stipulated under the Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA), the following recreational cannabis laws apply in Inglewood:
Inglewood residents aged 21 or older may possess or use up to 1 ounce of marijuana and 8 grams of marijuana concentrate
Inglewood residents of legal age may give or share with other adults aged 21 or older without compensation no more than 28.5 grams of marijuana, provided it is not in concentrated form. However, marijuana sharing may not involve any form of compensation or remuneration
An Inglewood adult aged 21 or older may cultivate up to six live cannabis plants in a single private residence for personal use. Section 12-136 of the Inglewood Municipal Code prohibits the outdoor cultivation of cannabis for personal use in all zones in the city
It is illegal to move 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
Inglewood residents may not use cannabis within 1,000 feet of a school or childcare facility
The Compassionate Use Act legalized medicinal marijuana in Inglewood for residents with qualifying conditions. Inglewood residents who have obtained medical cannabis recommendations from licensed California physicians may use medical marijuana. However, as permitted under California cannabis law, Inglewood authorities banned medical cannabis sales within the city limits, meaning residents may only legally purchase medical cannabis from other California jurisdictions where dispensaries are allowed to operate. Medical cannabis products purchased from other California locations may be transported to Inglewood in their original packaging in the trunk of the vehicle. Such products may not be consumed while driving or be opened in the car.
Inglewood residents may also register for the Medicinal Marijuana Identification Card Program (MMICP) and a state medical cannabis patient database for authorized patients and primary caregivers. A medical marijuana card under the MMICP is optional, but it helps law enforcement verify that the cardholder is an approved medicinal marijuana user. The card also exempts the person named on it from sales tax on medical cannabis purchases. Other medical cannabis laws in Inglewood include:
Smoking or consuming medical marijuana while driving or in public is unlawful
Medical marijuana patients may not sell or give away medical cannabis
Medical marijuana patients may possess 8 ounces of dried marijuana and grow a maximum of 6 mature or 12 immature marijuana plants
Inglewood residents who wish to obtain medical marijuana cards must apply to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) by mail or submitting their applications at scheduled appointments. Individuals who opt to submit their applications at scheduled appointments must set up the meetings by calling the Department at (866) 621-2204.
Note that before you may apply for a medical marijuana card, you must:
Live in the City of Inglewood or another Los Angeles County location
Be 18 or older. If you are under 18, you must provide proof of emancipation. Alternatively, you may show evidence that you have a guardian or parental approval for medical marijuana use
Have a qualifying medical condition. The approved conditions for medical marijuana use in California are:
Seizures, including seizures with epilepsy
Persistent muscle spasms, including those related to multiple sclerosis
Any other persistent or chronic condition that substantially limits your ability to conduct a significant life activity as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
Obtain a recommendation from your physician indicating that medicinal marijuana use is beneficial for the condition to be treated with medical marijuana
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
The original written recommendation of the patient's medical records or medical documentation (CDPH 9044 form)
Completed Acknowledgement Form
Completed Physician Attestation
A government-issued photo identification, such as a State of California-issued driver's license, California ID
Proof of residence in the City of Inglewood or another County of Los Angeles location
Application fee of $100 or $50 (if you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary). A full waiver applies if you are a beneficiary of the County Medical Service Program (CMSP). You may complete the application fee payment 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 submit your application by mail, a recent passport-sized color picture taken within the last 30 days must be included. If you submit your application at a scheduled appointment, a LADPH staff member will take your photograph during the appointment. You may send the completed application by mail to:
Attention: Medical Marijuana Program
Environmental Health Headquarters
5050 Commerce Drive
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
After application submission, it may take up to 35 days to review and issue your medical marijuana identification card. A LADPH employee will contact you when the medical marijuana card is available.
You may use marijuana in private Inglewood homes and properties. However, you may not consume marijuana or marijuana products in multi-unit apartments, public places, and federal lands or buildings. Residents who have obtained permission from their landlords may consume cannabis in rented apartments.
There are no legal marijuana dispensing locations in Inglewood. The city bans the operations of cannabis dispensaries.
Inglewood does not approve any cannabis sales within its borders.
The sale of cannabis and cannabis products is prohibited in Inglewood.
No. Smoking cannabis in public in Inglewood is illegal.
Inglewood residents aged 21 or older can possess up to 8 grams of concentrated cannabis and 1 ounce of cannabis at once. Registered Inglewood medical marijuana patients may possess up to 8 ounces of marijuana at once.
No. Shipping cannabis across state lines is a federal offense and is illegal in the City of Inglewood.
No. You cannot order marijuana online, as marijuana dispensaries are prohibited in Inglewood.
No. There are no approved cannabis dispensaries in Inglewood.
Tourists cannot use weed dispensaries in Inglewood as the city bans the operations of cannabis dispensaries.
It is illegal to purchase weed within Inglewood, as marijuana dispensaries are banned.
Inglewood prohibits the operations of cannabis dispensaries within its jurisdiction.
The City of Inglewood has not approved any dispensary to operate in the city.
No dispensaries are authorized to dispense marijuana in the City of Inglewood.
Dispensaries are not allowed to operate within the borders of Inglewood.
You cannot visit a dispensary in Inglewood, as cannabis dispensaries are banned in the city.
There are no authorized cannabis dispensaries in the City of Inglewood.
No cannabis establishment may operate as a cannabis dispensary in the City of Inglewood.
You cannot enter a dispensary in Inglewood, as there are no approved cannabis dispensaries in the city.
Commercial cannabis activities are not currently regulated in Inglewood as such activities are illegal. However, you may contact the Inglewood Manager or the California Department of Cannabis Control for more information on cannabis activities in the city.