No. There are no marijuana dispensaries in La Habra as the city prohibits the establishment of commercial cannabis facilities, such as marijuana dispensaries, under Chapter 18.22 of the La Habra Municipal Code.
No. Under Chapter 18.22.010 of the La Habra Municipal Code, commercial marijuana operations, including medical marijuana dispensaries, are illegal in the city. Hence, no storefront retailers are approved to sell medical cannabis in the city.
You cannot buy marijuana online from storefront retailers offering online services, as there are no authorized physical retail stores in La Habra. While storefront dispensaries are banned in the city, La Habra permits non-storefront retailers to operate in the M-1, M-1(PUD) and PC-I zoning districts of the city. Therefore, you may be able to purchase cannabis from non-storefront retailers in the city. Furthermore, you can order cannabis from other California cities for delivery in La Habra.
You cannot visit a dispensary in La Habra as physical storefront cannabis retailers are banned in the city.
While the La Habra Municipal Code contains no provisions for the operation of cannabis retail storefronts due to the ban on such facilities, there are regulations for the operations of non-storefront retailers. In accordance with Chapter 18.22.030 of the La Habra Municipal Code, the licensed premises of a non-storefront retailer must be closed to the public. Also, the establishment must have a California business license and a City of La Habra business permit or license before operating in the city. Other operational requirements include the following:
All deliveries of cannabis and cannabis products must be performed by a delivery employee directly employed by the licensed non-storefront retailer
Each delivery employee of a licensed retailer must be at least 21 years of age
All deliveries of cannabis and cannabis products must be made in person. Delivery of cannabis or cannabis products must not be made through the use of an unmanned vehicle
A retailer must maintain an accurate record of its inventory and sales
Prior to providing cannabis or cannabis products to a customer, a delivery employee must confirm the age and identity of the customer as required by the Department of Cannabis Control and place the cannabis or cannabis products in a resealable child-resistant opaque package
A delivery employee may only deliver cannabis or cannabis products to a physical address in California. A delivery employee may not leave the state of California while possessing cannabis or cannabis products
A delivery employee may not deliver cannabis or cannabis products to an address on publicly owned land, any address on land, or a building leased by a public agency
In La Habra, residents are permitted to possess and use cannabis within the limits established by California cannabis law – the MAUCRSA. These limits include the following:
The legal possession of no more than 8 grams of dried cannabis or 28.5 grams of marijuana for individuals aged 21 or older
The permission for persons aged 21 or older to grow up to 6 living marijuana plants.
The restriction that cannabis cultivation must occur indoors in secure locations that are inaccessible to minors and not visible from a public right of way
The prohibition of cannabis use in public places
The prohibition on driving while under the influence of cannabis
The prohibition of cannabis use within 1,000 feet of a daycare facility, school, or youth center
Residents of La Habra qualified as medical cannabis patients under the provisions of the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) may purchase higher cannabis quantities for the treatment of their conditions. To be deemed a qualified medical cannabis patient in La Habra, you must be certified by a California-licensed physician to have one or more medical conditions approved to be treated with medical cannabis. Note that non-residents living in La Habra are not allowed to access medical cannabis.
The MAUCRSA established the California MMICP (Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program) to provide legal protection and other benefits to patients who use medical marijuana for the treatment of their conditions. The program is able to achieve this aim by allowing patients to apply for medical marijuana cards voluntarily. Besides offering legal protection for purchasing and possessing higher cannabis amounts, the card also allows patients to purchase medical marijuana from dispensaries at licensed California dispensaries without paying sales and use taxes on their purchases.
Patients with valid medicinal marijuana recommendations issued in the state may cultivate up to 6 flowering plants or 12 non-flowering plants. Additionally, they may possess up to 226.8 grams of cannabis concentrates. Note that any cannabis legally grown or purchased may only be used by the patient and cannot be shared with others.
You can obtain a California medical marijuana card in La Habra by following these steps:
Check the state’s eligibility requirement: Not all patients are eligible to apply for medical cannabis cards in California. Check to see that you have an eligible condition and that you have a permanent resident status in La Habra
Have a certified physician approve your qualifying condition: Per state law, you need an original, written recommendation letter verifying that you have a qualifying condition and that medical cannabis is recommended for the treatment of the condition. Alternatively, the certification may be provided on a California Department of Public Health form
Schedule an appointment with the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA): Applications can only be completed at scheduled appointments with the OCHCA as walk-in submissions are not accepted. Call the OCHCA at (714) 480-6707 to schedule an application submission appointment
Attend the appointment: Go to the scheduled appointment with:
A completed application form
The medical cannabis recommendation letter issued by your physician or a physician-completed CDPH 9044 form
A government ID, such as a driver's license issued by the State of California, a California ID, a Veterans Administration ID Card, and the United States Passport
Proof of residence in La Habra, such as a current utility bill, mortgage payment receipt, or California motor vehicle registration with your valid address in La Habra
An application fee of $84. If you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary, you may be eligible for a 50% reduction in the application fee
Get your card: After your application is reviewed and approved, you will receive a staff of the OCHCA who will contact you for pick up. The entire process may take up to 35 days
It is prohibited to use cannabis in public areas or on federally-owned lands or buildings in La Habra. Cannabis use is recommended for private spaces, such as private residences.
There are no retail storefronts to visit in La Habra, as the city prohibits such establishments.
The city bans the sale of cannabis by retail storefronts.
With cannabis dispensaries illegal in La Habra, no cannabis strain is popular in the city.
Per Chapter 12.28.140 of the La Habra Municipal Code, smoking on the streets, sidewalks, and other public places is illegal in the city.
La Habra adults aged 21 or older can have up to 8 grams of concentrated cannabis products and 1 ounce of non-concentrated cannabis. Patients in the city can have up to 8 ounces of concentrated marijuana products.
Shipping cannabis into La Habra from outside California is illegal as it involves movement across state lines which falls under federal territory. However, you can ship cannabis from a California address to La Habra. You must ensure the amount shipped remains below the permitted possession limits and in the trunk of the car, inaccessible to the driver and passengers.
It is legal to order cannabis online in La Habra as the city permits the operation of non-storefront retailers. You may also order marijuana online from other California cities for delivery to a La Habra address.
There are no 24-hour dispensaries in the city.
There are no dispensaries in La Habra.
Retail cannabis storefronts are banned in La Habra.
There are no approved dispensaries in La Habra.
La Habra prohibits cannabis retail storefronts.
There are no recreational and medical cannabis retail storefronts in La Habra.
La Habra prohibits the operations of retail storefronts selling marijuana.
There are no dispensaries to visit in La Habra.
Due to the city's ban on cannabis retail storefront operations, there are no such establishments in the city.
There are no retail storefronts in the city. However, local law requires La Habra non-storefront retailers to keep a log of cannabis sales.
The City of La Habra prohibits the operation of physical storefront dispensaries.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis operations in all state jurisdictions, including the City of La Habra. To contact the department, call 1‑844‑612‑2322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may report illegal cannabis activity in La Habra by contacting the La Habra Police Department at (562) 383-4300 or filing a complaint with the California Department of Cannabis Control.