Weed delivery is illegal in Rochester. While the state legislature recently passed a bill legalizing recreational marijuana in 2023, sales are not likely to commence until early 2025. Hence, it is currently illegal to use recreational marijuana delivery services in the city. While medical marijuana is legal in Rochester, there are also no provisions for patients or caregivers to use medical marijuana delivery services in Minnesota.
No. There are no provisions in the city’s Code of Ordinances or the state law legalizing medical marijuana for medical marijuana delivery. Therefore, medical marijuana delivery services are not offered by Rochester and Minnesota dispensaries.
No. Recreational marijuana delivery is illegal in Rochester. Although Governor Tim Walz signed legislation in May 2023, legalizing recreational marijuana from August 2023, sales are not expected to begin until later in 2025 at the earliest. Therefore, you cannot use a recreational marijuana delivery service in Rochester.
Yes, you can order medical marijuana online in Rochester for in-store or curbside pickup. However, ordering recreational weed online or purchasing it from a vendor is illegal.
Per state law, the same purchase limit exists for persons ordering medical marijuana online and those visiting licensed stores to buy in person. You can order no more than a 30-day supply of medical marijuana. The total quantity of medical cannabis purchased in a 23-day period may not exceed your 30-day supply.
To pick up a medical marijuana order in Rochester, you must be 18 or older. However, if you ordered smokable cannabis for pick-up, you must be 21 or older. You cannot yet order weed for delivery in Rochester.
Weed delivery services are not allowed in Rochester.
You cannot find a legal weed delivery service in Rochester, as there are no provisions under city or state laws for the delivery of marijuana to consumers at their residences.
Weed delivery services do not exist in the City of Rochester.