No. There are no cannabis retail storefront dispensaries in the City of Mountain View. Per Section 36.30.60 of the Mountain View Code of Ordinances, only the operations of non-storefront cannabis retailers (delivery) are approved within the city.
No. There are no medical marijuana dispensaries in Mountain View. The city bans the operation of cannabis dispensaries within its limits.
Section 36.30.60 of the Mountain View Code of Ordinances allows non-storefront retailers to deliver cannabis to cannabis buyers. However, there are presently no online weed dispensaries in the city. You can also buy cannabis online from weed dispensaries in other California locations and have it delivered to your address in Mountain View.
You cannot visit dispensaries in Mountain View as the operations of non-storefront retailers are prohibited in the city.
Mountain View does not have storefront dispensaries. However, non-storefront dispensaries must comply with the following regulations:
No non-storefront dispensaries may be sited within 600 feet of a school or 250 of a child-care center or facility
A non-storefront dispensary may only operate between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
A non-storefront dispensary may only dispense from a single dispensing location. Mobile cannabis dispensaries are prohibited
It is illegal to operate a cannabis non-storefront dispensary in Mountain View without obtaining both state and city business licenses
A non-storefront dispensary may not be operated as a residential activity and is hence prohibited as a home occupation
Cannabis sales must be tracked by non-storefront dispensaries
Non-storefront dispensaries may not sell cannabis to persons without valid IDs showing they are 21 or older or persons who cannot prove they are at least 18 and have medical marijuana recommendations from California-licensed physicians
Proposition 64 is the law guiding recreational cannabis operations in Mountain View. It contains the following permissions and restrictions:
Individuals who are at least 21 are allowed to have 1 ounce of marijuana flower and 8 grams of cannabis extracts
The home cultivation (indoor and outdoor) of cannabis for personal use is legal, provided the cultivation occurs in enclosed, locked spaces and does not exceed six plants. The six plants may be of any maturity level
Sharing marijuana with other adults aged 21 or older is legal as long as it is within the legal possession limits and does not involve any exchange of money or items
Driving while impaired by cannabis is prohibited
It is illegal to use marijuana in public places or on federal property
Smoking marijuana in any location where tobacco smoking is prohibited by California law is also illegal
The medical marijuana regulations in Redwood City are based on the Compassionate Use Act (CUA). In accordance with the CUA, the following laws apply:
Mountain View residents diagnosed with specific medical conditions are allowed to use medical marijuana
Mountain View residents under 18 with qualifying debilitating conditions can use medical cannabis if they have designated caregivers approved by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)
Medical cannabis patients in the city who have completed registrations with the CDPH can possess up to eight ounces of marijuana and grow up to six flowering or 12 non-flowering marijuana plants
The CDPH issues an optional medical marijuana card under its Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program. Mountain View patients who have obtained this card are exempt from paying sales taxes when purchasing medical marijuana or related products. Also, having a medical marijuana ID card can protect a patient from arrest by law enforcement for possessing higher cannabis amounts than recreational users
If you qualify and intend to get a medical marijuana card in the City of Mountain View, you may submit an application to the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health (SCCDPH) as required by state regulation. To fulfill the eligibility requirements, you must be 18 years or older, a resident of Mountain View, and certified by a qualified healthcare provider as having one of the approved medical conditions.
After verifying that you meet the requirements, you can submit your application to the SCCDPH by mail or email. The following documents are required in your application:
Completed MMICP application
California physician-signed medical cannabis recommendation issued within the last 12 months
A copy of a government-issued photo ID
A copy of recent proof of residency in Mountain View
A photograph of yourself taken against a white background
A non-refundable application fee of $10, or $5 for senior citizens above 55 or Medi-Cal beneficiaries. Payment can be made by money order, check, debit, or credit card. Note that payment cannot be made with cash
Mail applications may be submitted to:
Santa Clara County Public Health Department
Vital Records and Registration/MMICP
976 Lenzen Avenue, Ste 1300
San Jose, CA 95126
It may take 4-6 weeks for your application to be reviewed and your medical marijuana ID card issued. A staff of the SCCDPH will contact you to pick up your card when it becomes available.
The consumption of cannabis is legal on private property but is prohibited in public places and inside vehicles.
You cannot buy cannabis at a Mountain View Dispensary as there are no storefront retailers in the city. Only non-storefront retailers are permitted in the city. While non-storefront retailers are yet to begin operations in the city, you will need a valid government-issued ID to prove you are of legal age to purchase adult-use cannabis when they open in the city. If you plan to purchase medical cannabis, you must have a California-licensed physician recommendation or California-issued medical marijuana ID card in addition to a government-issued ID.
There are no cannabis retailers currently in the city.
There are no approved retailers in the city.
No. Smoking in public is illegal in Mountain View.
Adults aged 21 or older in Mountain View can possess one ounce of flower and 28 grams of concentrated marijuana. State-registered patients in the city can have 226.8 grams of dried cannabis and up to six mature or 12 immature cannabis plants.
No. It is prohibited to transport cannabis across state lines in or out of Mountain View. However, it is legal to move cannabis securely between California locations.
Yes, Mountain View allows state-licensed retailers to deliver cannabis to residents. Hence, you can order cannabis online in the city.
There are no 24-hour dispensaries in the city.
There are neither medical nor recreational storefront cannabis dispensaries in the City of Mountain View.
There are no dispensaries in Mountain View. The city does not prohibit the operations of cannabis dispensaries. However, you need a valid government-issued ID showing you are 21 or older to buy cannabis from potential non-storefront recreational cannabis retailers in the city.
There is no cannabis dispensary in Mountain View.
There are no marijuana dispensaries in Mountain View.
There are no storefront cannabis retailers in the city. Per Section 36.30.55 of the Mountain View Code of Ordinances, a maximum of three cannabis businesses consisting of three non-storefront retail cannabis businesses are allowed within the city at any given time.
There are no weed dispensaries in the city.
While state law allows customers to visit as many dispensaries as possible in a day, there are presently no cannabis dispensaries in Mountain View.
The Mountain View City Council has yet to approve any dispensaries to operate in the city.
There are no approved cannabis retailers in the city.
Per the Mountain View Code of Ordinances, cannabis storefront retailers are not permitted to exist in the city.
The California Department of Cannabis Control regulates cannabis operations in Mountain View. You may contact the DCC using its contact information.
You can report illegal cannabis activities in Mountain View by filing a complaint to the California DCC or the Mountain View Police Department. To contact the Mountain View police department, call (650) 903-6344.