No. There are no pot stores in Folsom. In accordance with Chapter 17.113 of the Folsom Municipal Code, all commercial non-medical marijuana uses, including marijuana dispensaries, are prohibited in all land zones in Folsom. The Folsom Municipal Code imposes zoning restrictions on the use of real property in the city for cannabis dispensaries.
No. There are no medical marijuana retailers in the City of Folsom. Per Chapter 17.112 of the Folsom Municipal Code, medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited in all districts and zones of the City of Folsom.
There are no online weed retailers operating within the City of Folsom. Therefore, you cannot purchase cannabis from online weed dispensaries in the city. However, you can purchase cannabis from other locations in the state where online dispensaries are approved.
Dispensaries are banned cannabis operations in the City of Folsom. Therefore, you cannot visit a cannabis retail store in the city.
There are no laws in the City of Folsom Municipal Code relating to the operations of cannabis dispensaries in the city. The Folsom City Council bans the operations of cannabis dispensaries.
Although the Folsom City Council prohibits cannabis dispensaries, it does not interfere with the right of adults in the city to possess or cultivate cannabis. The California MAUCRSA (Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety) guides recreational cannabis operations in Folsom and does not allow cities and towns to restrict cannabis use and possession in their jurisdictions.
Under the MAUCRSA:
Adults who are at least 21 can possess 8 grams of cannabis concentrates and 28.5 grams of cannabis flower
Adults of legal age can cultivate six live cannabis plants regardless of the maturity level of the plants. A marijuana cultivator must not participate in cultivation in any other location with Folsom and must reside full-time in the residence where the cultivation occurs. The cultivation must occur indoors within a residential structure or in a greenhouse on the property of the residence but not physically part of the home, as long as it is fully enclosed, secure, and not visible from a public right-of-way. Other requirements for the cultivation of marijuana in Folsom are contained in Section 17.114 of the Folsom Municipal Code
Outdoor cultivation and cultivation of marijuana for non-personal uses are expressly prohibited in all zones and districts of the City of Folsom
Marijuana in excess of 28.5 grams produced by home-cultivated cannabis must be kept in a locked space on the grounds of the private residence not visible from the public right-of-way
Adults of legal age may share cannabis with other adults of legal age provided there are no exchanges of money or valuable items, and the transfer amounts do not exceed the legal possession limits
Driving or operating a vehicle or machinery while impaired by cannabis is illegal
Possessing any amount of cannabis in public is illegal
Possessing any amount of cannabis on federal properties is unlawful
Medical marijuana is legal in Folsom for qualifying persons in accordance with the California Compassionate Use Act (CUA). Under the Act:
The possession and consumption of medical cannabis are legal for persons with medical cannabis recommendations issued by California-licensed physicians for the treatment of approved debilitating medical conditions
Folsom medical marijuana patients with medical marijuana recommendations are allowed to have up to 8 ounces of cannabis concentrates and grow up to 6 mature or 12 immature cannabis plants. Patients who have obtained special authorizations are permitted to possess higher cannabis amounts than the stated limits
The State of California operates an MMICP (Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program), which allows patients to obtain optional medical marijuana ID cards. A medical marijuana ID card allows a patient to avoid paying use and sales taxes when purchasing medical marijuana at licensed retailers. The card can also serve as legal protection for having a higher cannabis possession limit than recreational users
Minors (persons under the age of 18) are also allowed to access medical cannabis under the California medical cannabis program. However, accessing medical cannabis is only legal when occurring through their designated and approved caregivers
California medical cannabis law bans the use of medical cannabis in public places, on federal properties, or while operating a motor vehicle
To get a medical marijuana card from the Sacramento County Department of Health Services (SCDHS), you must fulfill the requirements stated under California law. Note that according to state law, applications for medical marijuana identification cards under the MMICP must be filed to county health departments. To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Folsom, you must be a resident of the city and have one or more ailments listed by the state Department of Public Health. The list of eligible medical conditions includes:
Persistent muscle spasm
Any ailment significantly limiting your ability to carry out basic life activities
The county health office allows applicants to visit the office to obtain medical marijuana application packets and requires applicants to submit their applications at scheduled appointments. To schedule an appointment with the county office, call the Department of Health Services at (916) 875-5345. To visit the county health services office, see the address below:
Department of Health and Human Services
7001-A East Parkway, Suite 650
Sacramento, CA 95823
Your submission at the scheduled appointment must include:
A completed MMIC application form
Proof of residence in Folsom. Acceptable proofs include a valid California DMV motor vehicle registration, utility bill, and rent or mortgage agreement. The proof must contain your name and Folsom address
Proof of identity, such as a California ID card or other valid government-issued photo ID
A completed CDPH 9044 form or written recommendation for medical marijuana from a California-licensed physician certifying medical marijuana use as appropriate for your condition
Your certifying physician’s name, contact information, and California medical license number
Application fee of $100 or $50. You can only pay $50 if you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary. If you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary, you must provide your Medi-Cal card
Within 35 days, the county health services office will review your application and issue a medical marijuana identification card if your application is deemed successful.
Cannabis use is permitted on private property or residences in Folsom. Persons living in multi-unit apartments are prohibited from using cannabis at home. If you do not own the apartment where you reside, you must obtain the permission of your landlord or property manager to use cannabis there.
You cannot buy cannabis in Folsom as dispensaries do not exist there.
There are no dispensaries selling cannabis in Folsom.
Cannabis strains are not on sale in Folsom.
No. Smoking in public areas is illegal in Folsom.
Despite cannabis sales prohibition in Folsom, adults of legal age (21 or older) can still possess up to 8 grams of concentrates and 28.5 grams of cannabis flower. The cultivation of six live cannabis plants is legal indoors for personal recreational use for adults. Patients can have up to 226.8 grams of concentrates and grow up to 12 immature or 6 flowering cannabis plants for personal medical use.
Persons shipping cannabis in or out of Folsom across state lines face severe punishments for contravening federal law. Note that federal law guides interstate transportation and considers marijuana illegal regardless of the substance’s status in state jurisdictions. However, it is legal to ship cannabis from Folsom to another California address or from a California address to Folsom.
Yes, you can order cannabis online in Folsom. While there are no dispensaries in Folsom selling cannabis online, you can order cannabis from California jurisdictions where online cannabis sellers are authorized to operate.
There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Folsom.
There are no dispensaries in Folsom.
There are pot stores in Folsom.
There are no legal weed retailers in Folsom.
Folsom is not home to cannabis dispensaries.
There are no dispensaries in the City of Folsom.
Folsom does not allow weed dispensaries to operate in the city.
There are no dispensaries to visit in the City of Folsom.
Folsom does not permit the operation of cannabis retailers.
There are no marijuana retailers in Folsom.
You cannot enter a dispensary in Folsom as there are no retailers in the city.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis operations in Folsom. You may contact the DCC using its contact information.
You can report illegal cannabis activities in Folsom by filing a complaint to the California DCC and the Folsom Police Department. To contact the Folsom police department, call (916) 461-6400. You may also contact the PD by calling its anonymous tip line at (916) 930-1098 or email at FPDCrimeTips@folsom.ca.us.