In compliance with Minnesota medical marijuana law, no weed delivery service can operate legally in Plymouth. While the state permits medical marijuana sales, licensed medical cannabis dispensaries are prohibited from providing marijuana delivery services. Minnesota recently legalized adult-use cannabis, and the state's recreational marijuana law makes provision for weed delivery. However, recreational marijuana delivery will not start until the regulated sale begins in 2025.
No, medical marijuana delivery is illegal in Plymouth. While the licensed medical marijuana dispensaries can sell cannabis in their approved physical locations in Plymouth, Section 21194.05, Subd. 2(j) of the City Code of Ordinances prohibits offsite delivery. Additionally, Minnesota medical marijuana laws do not make provisions for weed delivery.
Recreational weed delivery is currently unavailable in Plymouth even though HF 100 provides for adult-use cannabis delivery services. The legal sale of recreational cannabis in Minnesota will not start until 2025, as the state only recently legalized adult-use marijuana,
Yes. The regulated sale of adult-use cannabis has not started in Plymouth. However, registered medical cannabis patients in the city can order medical cannabis by phone or online from Minnesota-licensed dispensaries. After placing the orders, they must pick up the products in person at dispensary locations.
No amount of marijuana can be ordered for delivery in Plymouth. Minnesota prohibits medical marijuana delivery, and recreational cannabis sale has not started.
Plymouth residents cannot legally use weed delivery services.
It is unlawful for anyone or a business to establish or operate a weed delivery service.
Weed delivery services are prohibited in Plymouth. No Minnesota-licensed dispensary is approved to deliver medical cannabis to registered cannabis patients or caregivers.
No, there are no delivery services in Plymouth.