Yes. The City of Tracy is home to multiple cannabis dispensaries as permitted under Chapter 6.36 of the Tracy Code of Ordinances. A cannabis dispensary is allowed as a conditional use on property in the zoning districts specified in Tracy Municipal Code Section 10.08.3196.
Yes. There are medical marijuana dispensaries in the City of Tracy. The city abides by the California Medical and Adult-use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) by issuing licenses to qualified persons and entities to establish medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Yes, you can purchase cannabis from online weed dispensaries in Tracy.
When visiting a Tracy dispensary, you can expect the following:
You will need to provide an acceptable government-issued ID to prove that you are at least 21 years old
You will be able to browse a variety of cannabis products, including flowers, concentrates, edibles, and topicals
There will be a budtender available to help you with product recommendations and answer any questions you may have
Products will be clearly labeled with information such as the strain, THC and CBD levels, and price
You may be able to purchase cannabis products for both recreational and medical use
Cash is typically the payment method accepted
Dispensaries will limit the amount of cannabis products that you can purchase per California law
You will not be able to consume cannabis products on the premises
Cannabis dispensaries in Tracy are subject to the following regulations:
Dispensaries in Tracy must obtain a cannabis business permit, a conditional use permit, a City of Tracy business license, and a state license before commencing operations in Tracy
A dispensary must be located at least 600 feet from schools, youth centers, and daycare centers
Dispensaries may only sell cannabis to persons with valid IDs proving they are 21 or older or individuals with current California medical marijuana cards
Dispensaries may only sell within the permitted purchase limits for cannabis buyers
A dispensary must not permit the consumption of cannabis on their premises
Recreational cannabis is legal in the City of Tracy in accordance with the California Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA). Under the MAUCRSA:
Possession of up to 1 ounce of cannabis and 8 grams of concentrates is legal for persons aged 21 or older
Tracy residents aged 21 or older may cultivate and process up to six live cannabis plants for personal use in a single private residence
Outdoor cannabis cultivation is illegal in Tracy
Shipping marijuana across state lines is unlawful
Driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal
Consuming cannabis in public is prohibited
Possession or consumption of weed on federal lands and buildings is not allowed
Medical cannabis is legal for qualifying patients in Tracy under the Compassionate Use Act (CUA), approved in 1996. Per the CUA:
The possession and use of medical cannabis are legal for persons who have obtained approval from licensed California physicians for the treatment of approved medical conditions
Possession of a medical marijuana identification card under the MMICP allows for verification of approval for medical marijuana use and exemption from sales tax on purchases
California medical cannabis law prohibits the consumption of medical cannabis in public places or while operating a motor vehicle
Tracy medical marijuana patients may possess up to 8 ounces of dried marijuana and grow up to 6 mature or 12 immature marijuana plants. With a doctor's recommendation, possession or growth limits may be increased to meet individual medical needs
You must apply to the San Joaquin County Public Health Services to obtain medical marijuana cards in Tracy. To apply for a card, you must meet the following conditions, You must:
Be a resident of Tracy or San Joaquin County
Have proof of identity
Have written documentation of patient's medical records attesting that you have a qualifying condition
Have a digital photograph
Pay an application fee of $40 or $20 if you are a Medi-Cal recipient
Have a Medi-Cal card, if you are a Medi-Cal beneficiary
Note that applications are accepted by appointment at the county public health services office. To schedule an appointment, call the county office at (209)468-8600, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
At your appointment with the county office, submit a medical marijuana physician attestation, medical marijuana card application form, and the other items listed above. The County office is located at:
San Joaquin County
Public Health Services
1601 E. Hazelton Avenue
Stockton, CA 95205
You may consume cannabis at home. If you are not the owner of your residence, it is important to seek and obtain permission from the property owner before using cannabis there.
You can buy cannabis at a Tracy dispensary by bringing cash and a valid government-issued card to the dispensing site. The government-issued card must prove that you are 21 or older. If you want to buy medical cannabis at a dispensary in the city, you must have a medical marijuana card in addition to the other requirements.
A gram of cannabis in Tracy costs between $15 and $25
Common weed strains in Tracy include:
Sour Diesel Lemon Kush
No. Smoking cannabis in public in Tracy is illegal.
You can have 8 grams of concentrated marijuana and up to 28.5 grams of usable cannabis if you are 21 or older. If you are a medical marijuana patient, you can have 8 ounces of marijuana.
No. Cannabis shipping across state lines is a federal offense. Hence, moving cannabis out or into Tracy across state borders is illegal. However, if cannabis is kept in the vehicle's trunk, you can transport cannabis (within the stipulated possession limits) between California locations.
You can order cannabis online from Tracy dispensaries and have your order delivered to your address.
No. There are dispensaries approved to operate 24-hourly.
Tourists are allowed to use Tracy recreational cannabis dispensaries provided they are of legal age to use cannabis in California. However, only California residents are permitted to use medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Yes, you need a government-issued ID with your date of birth to use recreational dispensaries in the city. To use medical marijuana dispensaries, you need a medical marijuana card issued by the California Department of Public Health and a valid government-issued ID with your age.
Garden of Eden dispensary is the best cannabis dispensary in the City of Tracy.
Yes. In compliance with state laws, Tracy dispensaries must verify the ages of their customers. Therefore, expect to have your ID scanned when visiting a Tracy dispensary.
There are no official sources for the number of dispensaries in the City of Tracy. However, searching a database of licenses issued by the California Department of Cannabis Control to cannabis businesses in the state reveals that there are at least three dispensaries in the city.
Tracy dispensaries typically accept cash and not credit cards.
You can visit multiple Tracy dispensaries in a single day.
No. You cannot pay for medical or recreational cannabis purchases with health insurance in Tracy.
Yes. Like other state-licensed dispensaries in California, Tracy dispensaries are required to track sales to ensure weed buyers stay within the prescribed limits.
You can enter a medical marijuana dispensary in Tracy at 18 if you have a valid California medical marijuana card and a valid government-issued ID. If you plan to enter a recreational dispensary in the city, you must be at least 21.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis operations in the City of Tracy. You may contact the DCC at:
2920 Kilgore Road
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Or by mail at:
PO Box 419106
Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-9106
You can report illegal cannabis operations in the City of Tracy to the city police department or the California DCC. To contact the Tracy PD, call the Department's Code Enforcement Division at (209) 831 6410. To report to the DCC, use the department's submit a complaint tool, which is available on its website.