No. Pursuant to Article 4-10-2.1626 (c) of the Redondo Beach Municipal Code, commercial cannabis activities, including cannabis dispensaries, are expressly prohibited in all zones of the City of Redondo Beach.
No. You cannot find medical marijuana dispensaries in Redondo Beach. In accordance with Article 4-10-2.1626 of the Redondo Beach Municipal Code, no business or entity may be licensed to sell medical marijuana in the city. All temporary, persistent, mobile, or fixed physical presence used for commercial medical marijuana activities, including dispensaries, collectives, cooperatives, or other retail outlets, are banned in Redondo Beach.
Under Article 4-10-2.1626 (c) (2) of the Redondo Beach Municipal Code, the delivery of non-medical marijuana is illegal in the city. Hence, Redondo Beach residents purchasing cannabis from other California locations cannot have their orders delivered to the city. No individual may conduct any delivery of cannabis that originates or terminates within the City of Redondo Beach.
However, pursuant to Article 4-10-2.1626(i)(1), delivery of medicinal marijuana is permitted in the city to persons possessing active California physician's recommendations. Therefore, registered patients in Redondo Beach can order medical cannabis online from other California jurisdictions for delivery to locations in the city.
As a result of Redondo Beach’s ban on commercial marijuana operations within its borders, there are no approved cannabis retailers in the city to visit.
Per the Redondo Beach Municipal Code, no persons or entities may set up medical or recreational cannabis dispensaries in the city.
Pursuant to the provisions of Proposition 64 and the MAUCRSA, the following recreational cannabis laws are in operation in the City of Redondo Beach:
Adults of legal age (21 and older) can possess up to 1 ounce of flower and 8 grams of cannabis concentrates
Open cultivation of cannabis is not permitted
Commercial marijuana activities, including retail, distribution, testing, manufacturing, and cultivation, are illegal in the city
The home cultivation of cannabis is legal. However, no person may plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process more than marijuana plants or permit more than 6 marijuana plants to be planted, cultivated, harvested, dried, or processed within a single private residence or upon the grounds of that private residence at one time
Driving under the influence of cannabis is not allowed in Redondo Beach
The delivery of recreational cannabis in the city is illegal
Consuming cannabis on federal property and in public areas is strictly prohibited
Adults of legal age to transfer cannabis to other legal age adults provided no compensations are involved, and the quantities remain within the permitted possession limits
Redondo Beach patients with qualifying debilitating conditions approved to be treated with medical cannabis under Proposition 215, or the MAUCRSA can use cannabis for medical purposes. California makes no distinction regarding age for persons looking to use cannabis to treat approved medical conditions. In Redondo Beach, persons under 18 who have qualifying conditions can purchase medical cannabis by designating primary caregivers to obtain medical cannabis for them.
Whether a minor or an adult, a qualifying patient must first register with the state by obtaining a valid recommendation for medical marijuana use from a California-licensed healthcare practitioner before possessing medical cannabis.
Medical cannabis possession limits exceed recreational cannabis possession limits under state law. Under the MAUCRSA, Redondo Beach patients registered with the state can possess as much as 8 ounces of concentrated cannabis. They can also grow more cannabis plants with the MAUCRSA permitting the cultivation of 6 mature or 12 immature cannabis plants.
While possessing a higher cannabis limit may draw inquiries from law enforcement, the MAUCRSA makes provision for obtaining legal proof for higher cannabis possession limits. The Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program administered by the California Department of Public Health through the county health offices allows registered patients to obtain optional medical marijuana ID cards. This card provides legal protection for possessing more cannabis for approved medical purposes. Also, Redondo Beach patients who present California medical marijuana identification cards at licensed cannabis retailers across California can avoid paying sales taxes on their medical cannabis purchases.
Per state law, you can obtain a medical marijuana ID card in Redondo Beach if you apply to the county health office. Therefore, through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH), the California Department of Public Health issues MMJ ID cards to qualifying patients in Redondo Beach.
To be considered a qualifying patient, you must live in Redondo Beach and have a recommendation to use medical marijuana to treat an approved condition. The recommendation is valid if it is issued by a California-licensed physician, typically in the last 12 months.
The LADPH allows applicants to submit their applications by mail or in person at pre-scheduled visits. You can pre-schedule an application submission appointment by visiting any of the LADPH offices at:
9800 S. La Cienega Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301
5050 Commerce Dr.
Redondo Beach, CA 91706
Alternatively, you can book an appointment with the LADPH by calling the LADPH medical marijuana program at (866) 621-2204.
At the appointment, you must submit the following:
A completed California MMJ card application form
A completed Acknowledgement Form
A completed Physician Attestation
A written medical cannabis certification signed by a California-licensed physician or a completed CDPH 9044 form
An active government-issued ID, such as a California driver’s license
Proof of Redondo Beach residency
A $100 or $50 application fee. If you can present verifiable proof of being a Medi-Cal beneficiary, you are eligible to pay a reduced fee of $50 instead of the standard fee of $100. You can make payment through a money order or cashier check issued to the "County of Los Angeles." Individuals enrolled in the Los Angeles CMSP (County Medical Service Program) are exempt from paying an application fee; however, including your original Medi-Cal or CMSP card with the application is mandatory.
To submit your application by mail, send your application to:
Attention: Medical Marijuana Program
Environmental Health Headquarters
5050 Commerce Drive
Redondo Beach, CA 91706
If your application is complete and accurate, an employee of the LADPH will contact you to pick up your medical marijuana card within 35 days.
It is not allowed to use marijuana in public places within Redondo Beach. However, individuals who are 21 years or older or registered medical cannabis patients in the state can legally consume cannabis on private property. Note that property owners and landlords have the right to prohibit the consumption of cannabis on their premises.
The operation of cannabis retailers within the city is prohibited. Hence, you cannot buy cannabis legally in Redondo Beach.
The average cost of cannabis within the city is unknown as the sale of cannabis is prohibited within the city.
Since cannabis is not sold legally in the city, no strains are popular there.
No. Per Article 1-5-9.102 of the Redondo Beach Municipal Code, it is illegal to smoke in public places, areas within 20 feet of any door, window, opening, or vent, into a public place, and the interior places of employment, including areas regulated by Section 6404.5 of the California Labor Code.
Possession limits for cannabis vary depending on whether you are a medical or recreational user. For recreational users, it is legal to possess up to 28.5 grams of non-concentrated cannabis or 8 grams of concentrated cannabis. For medical users, the possession limit is higher, with a legal allowance of up to 8 ounces of concentrated cannabis. Medical users can also cultivate up to 6 mature or 12 immature cannabis plants.
Shipping cannabis from another California location to Redondo Beach is legal, provided the transportation is securely conducted by keeping the drug in the vehicle's trunk. However, it is illegal to transport cannabis across state lines as the shipment of weed across state borders is strictly prohibited by federal law.
Currently, there are no retailers in Redondo Beach selling cannabis online. Also, the city prohibits cannabis delivery into the city for recreational cannabis users. Only medical cannabis patients are allowed to order medical cannabis products from other California cities or municipalities for delivery in Redondo Beach.
The City of Redondo Beach has no operating cannabis dispensaries within its jurisdiction.
There are no marijuana retailers present in Redondo Beach.
The City of Redondo Beach has banned cannabis retail stores within its jurisdiction.
Cannabis sales are not conducted by any retailers within the limits of Redondo Beach, as such activities are banned in the city.
There are no authorized weed retailers in the city.
There are no pot stores in the city.
There are no stores selling cannabis within the city.
There are no dispensaries to visit in Redondo Beach.
Cannabis dispensaries operations are banned in the city.
There are no authorized cannabis sellers in the city.
Marijuana stores may not operate in Redondo Beach in accordance with its municipal code.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis activities in Redondo Beach. You may contact the DCC by using its contact information.
To report any illicit cannabis activities in Redondo Beach, file a complaint with the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) or the Redondo Beach Police Department. To contact the Redondo Beach PD, call (310) 379-5411.