Yes. Yes. Pursuant to Measure L, approved by the City of Jurupa Valley voters in 2018 and adopted as Ordinance No. 2018-14, cannabis dispensaries are permitted as part of exempted commercial cannabis activity in the city. Cannabis dispensaries may be located in the following zones:
R-VC (Rubidoux-Village Commercial)
C-1/C-P (General Commercial)
Yes. Jurupa Valley’s Ordinance No. 2018-14 permits medical marijuana dispensaries to be established in the city as an exempted commercial cannabis activity. Such businesses may be located in the same zoning areas as adult-use cannabis dispensaries.
Yes. Jurupa Valley residents can purchase cannabis online in the city. Although the Jurupa Valley Municipal Code prohibits cannabis delivery in the city, residents who order cannabis online may pick up their orders in-store.
Before visiting a Jurupa Valley marijuana dispensary, you must be aware of the dispensary guidelines and cannabis laws in operation in the city. Follow these steps to have an enjoyable experience at cannabis dispensaries in the city:
Find an Approved Dispensary: In Jurupa Valley, some dispensaries sell recreational cannabis while others sell recreational cannabis. Hence you need to find the right dispensary for the type of cannabis you want to purchase. To find out more about dispensary type, addresses, hours of operation, and the items on dispensaries' menus in the city, you may carry out a search online. To perform a search, enter "marijuana dispensaries near me" in an online search engine
Take Cash and Acceptable ID Along: Since the federal government and states disagree on cannabis legalization, credit card companies are hesitant to facilitate cannabis transactions for fear of breaching federal law. Consequently, virtually every dispensary has an ATM on-site. Also, in compliance with state and local law, Jurupa Valley dispensaries will request visitors to present valid government-issued IDs proving they are 21 or older before allowing them to access retail areas
Have a Basic Idea of Cannabis and Cannabis Products: Before visiting a cannabis dispensary in Jurupa Valley, it can be beneficial to your overall shopping experience to have a general concept of what you intend to purchase. Since dispensaries typically have a wide range of products, knowing what you want to buy can make the entire shopping process simpler
Ask Questions: Professionals or “budtenders" are available in Jurupa Valley cannabis dispensaries to assist customers with their selections. Regardless of whether it is your first visit to a cannabis dispensary in the city, it is recommended that you ask questions and interact openly with budtenders. Budtenders can help simplify an otherwise challenging product selection process if you provide them with basic information on what you expect from cannabis. Budtenders often have formal training on cannabis strains, uses, and effects on the body
Know Where to Consume Your Cannabis Purchases: Purchased marijuana items will be stored in tightly sealed, precisely labeled containers. You may not open the containers inside the dispensary or have the containers open in your vehicle. Keep the products concealed until you get to a private area
Marijuana dispensaries are permitted in Jurupa Valley under Measure L. The following laws pertain to the operations of cannabis dispensaries in the City of Jurupa Valley:
Marijuana dispensaries must not be located any closer than 600 feet from a K-12 school,
Marijuana sales per transaction to a customer may not be above the stated limits under the law
Marijuana dispensaries may not be located within 1,000 feet of three or more exempted lots
Marijuana products may not be consumed on the premises of a dispensary
Marijuana may not be sold to persons under 21 unless they are 18 and older and can present valid medical marijuana identification cards or recommendations
Pursuant to the MAUCRSA, Cannabis for recreational use is legal for Jurupa Valley residents aged 21 or older. However, there are certain possession limits stipulated in the state cannabis law. Under those statutes, Jurupa Valley residents of legal age may not possess more than 1 ounce of cannabis and 8 grams of concentrated cannabis. While the city bans several cannabis business types, it grants exemptions to cannabis retail outlets selling adult-use marijuana to adult residents.
Section 11.28.050 of the Jurupa Valley Municipal Code prohibits cannabis cultivation outdoors in the city. However, cannabis cultivation indoors, for adult-use purposes, is permitted consistent with state law. No more than six cannabis plants may be planted in a single private residence or inside an accessory structure located in a private residence. The cultivation area must be fully enclosed and secured from minors and invisible from a public right-of-way.
Other recreational cannabis laws in the city include:
The use of cannabis is illegal on federal lands and buildings
Driving while under the influence of cannabis is illegal
Cannabis use in public is illegal
Cannabis transportation across state lines is illegal
The California Compassionate Use Act makes it legal for qualified Jurupa Valley residents to purchase and use medicinal cannabis. Patients in Jurupa Valley who have obtained medical cannabis recommendations and qualifying medical conditions recognized by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) are permitted to obtain medical marijuana.
The state cannabis legislation created a medical marijuana identity card program, allowing Jurupa Valley patients to obtain medical marijuana identification cards, exempting them from sales tax on medicinal cannabis purchases. Qualifying patients in Jurupa Valley are permitted to get medical marijuana cards for themselves and their caregivers. Patients under 18 or incapable of administering medical marijuana on their own may designate caregivers.
Medical marijuana patients in Jurupa Valley may possess up to eight ounces of cannabis. However, it is prohibited to use medicinal marijuana products in public or on federal property. Patients with medical marijuana cards may cultivate 12 immature cannabis plants or 6 mature cannabis plants.
California-issued medical marijuana identification cards (MMICs) are available to certain categories of Jurupa Valley residents. Under California law, such persons may only get MMICs by applying to the Riverside County Department of Public Health (RCDPH). To be eligible for an MMIC, you must:
Be aged 18 or older
Reside in the City of Jurupa Valley
Have an approved medical condition
To apply to the (RCDPH), you may schedule an appointment by calling the department at (951) 358-7932 or (888) 358-7932 or submit your application by mail.
The following are required for a complete application:
A completed Application form
A valid government-issued photo ID. You may provide a California driver's license, another California-issued ID card, a Veteran's Administration Card, or a United States Passport
Proof of residency in Jurupa Valley
Written documentation or CDPH 9044 form completed by your attending physician recommending medical marijuana as appropriate for your condition. This document must be dated within the past 12 months
An application fee of $87 or $43.50 if you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary. You may pay with a money order or cashier’s check made payable to the “County of Riverside.” Note that your current Medi-Cal card must be provided if you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary
To submit your MMIC application by mail, send the completed application to:
4065 County Circle Drive
2nd Floor, Room 207
Riverside, CA 92503
Phone: (888) 358-7932
For more information on obtaining an MMIC, email the RCDPH at email@example.com. Upon reviewing your application, an RCDPH employee will contact you to pick up your card when available. The process may take up to 5 weeks.
Cannabis consumption is legal in private residences in Jurupa Valley. If you reside in a multi-unit apartment, cannabis consumption in such a residence is illegal. If you do not own the apartment in which you live, contact the landlord before using cannabis in such an apartment. Jurupa Valley employers may also enforce policies prohibiting marijuana use at work.
You can buy cannabis at a Jurupa Valley dispensary by ordering cannabis online or visiting the physical location of a dispensary. Note that a valid ID card will be required to complete your purchase, and cannabis delivery is not allowed in the city.
The average price of one gram of high-quality weed in Jurupa Valley is $15.
The most popular cannabis strains in Jurupa Valley are:
No. Cannabis smoking in public is illegal in Jurupa Valley. Also, the California Health & Safety Code prohibits cannabis smoking in public locations.
Residents in Jurupa Valley of legal age are permitted to possess up to 28 grams of marijuana and 8 grams of cannabis-infused products under the MAUCRSA. Additionally, anyone over 21 in Jurupa Valley may grow up to six plants for personal recreational use at home. Medical marijuana patients can possess up to 8 ounces of cannabis daily. Medical cannabis patients in Jurupa Valley can cultivate up to 12 immature plants and 6 mature plants at home.
No. Shipping cannabis across state lines in Jurupa Valley is illegal.
Yes, you can order marijuana online in Jurupa Valley from cannabis retail storefront outlets; however, you cannot receive your order at home. You may pick up your order in. Jurupa Valley prohibits the operations of cannabis retail non-storefront outlets.
The Jurupa Valley Municipal Code has not set operating hours for cannabis dispensaries in the city. However, California law permits dispensaries to operate only between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
Tourists in the City of Jurupa Valley with valid government-issued IDs can purchase recreational marijuana. However, Jurupa Valley tourists cannot buy medical cannabis unless enrolled in the California Medical Marijuana Program.
Yes. You must present a valid government-issued ID to enter a Jurupa Valley marijuana dispensary. To buy medical cannabis, you must present a medical cannabis recommendation from an approved healthcare practitioner or medical marijuana card.
The Remedy Room and Stiiizy dispensary are two of the best cannabis dispensaries in Jurupa Valley.
Yes. Jurupa Valley cannabis dispensaries scan the IDs provided by buyers before allowing them to purchase cannabis. Scanning is required to verify the age and identities of visitors as legitimate cannabis users and buyers.
There are seven approved cannabis retail outlets in Jurupa Valley.
No. Cannabis transactions in Jurupa Valley do not usually accept credit cards. Cash is the preferred means of completing transactions.
You may visit multiple Jurupa Valley weed dispensaries in one day. However, per state law, you will not be able to buy more cannabis than is stipulated.
Jurupa Valley dispensaries do not take health insurance from cannabis buyers.
Yes. Jurupa Valley dispensaries track the quantity of weed purchased by visitors.
In Jurupa Valley, you will not be allowed to enter a marijuana dispensary unless you are 21 or older. If you are 18 or older, you may enter a medical cannabis dispensary in the city if you have a medical marijuana identification card or medical cannabis recommendation from an approved physician.
Cannabis activities in Jurupa Valley are regulated by the California Department of Cannabis Control (DCC). You may also contact the Jurupa Village City Manager for more details on permitted cannabis activities in the city.
You can report illegal cannabis activities in Jurupa Valley using the automated code enforcement reporting system of the Jurupa Valley Code Enforcement Department. You may also use the File a Complaint tool on the California DCC website or the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to report nefarious cannabis activities in Jurupa Valley.