No. There are no licensed recreational marijuana dispensaries in Bloomington, but the city has one medical cannabis dispensary. The sale of adult-use marijuana is prohibited in Minnesota. Consequently, Bloomington does not permit the operations of any recreational marijuana dispensary within its boundaries. In 2019, the Minnesota Senate voted down bill SF 619, which would have legalized adult use of marijuana and established recreational marijuana dispensaries in Bloomington.
Yes, Bloomington approves the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries through Ordinance 2015-6. The Ordinance permits a dispensary license holder to operate up to eight marijuana dispensaries across Bloomington. Medical marijuana became legal for persons with certain medical conditions following the passage of the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Act. Currently, Bloomington has only one licensed medical marijuana dispensary.
Yes. Bloomington residents registered in the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program can order medical cannabis online from the licensed medical marijuana dispensary in the city. However, Minnesota law does not permit medical marijuana dispensaries to deliver medical marijuana products to local addresses. Patients must make arrangements for in-store or curbside pickup.
Anyone visiting the medical cannabis dispensary in Bloomington must be 21 or older and have a valid government-issued photo identification card. For the first visit, patients must present a list of prescribed medications and the visit summary from the medical practitioner who certified them for medical cannabis treatment. The acceptable payment methods for medical cannabis in Bloomington dispensary are cash and debit card.
Bloomington dispensary laws, as contained in the City Ordinance, provide the following guidelines for medical marijuana dispensaries:
All medical marijuana dispensaries must obtain city and state licenses before commencing operations
Weed dispensaries in Bloomington cannot retail any other product different from medical marijuana
Cannabis dispensaries in Bloomington are prohibited from cultivating, harvesting, manufacturing, processing, or sampling medical marijuana
It is illegal for a Bloomington cannabis dispensary to sell cannabis for recreational purposes
Marijuana dispensaries in Bloomington must have electronic controlled access doors to limit access of unauthorized persons into their facilities
Medical cannabis dispensary facilities must operate within 1,000 feet of a school
There are no recreational marijuana laws in Bloomington, as adult-use marijuana remains illegal in Minnesota.
Bloomington residents partaking in the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program must adhere to the following medical cannabis laws:
It is illegal for patients to cultivate their own cannabis plants
Minors with qualifying medical conditions may only access medical marijuana through their caregivers
It is illegal to possess or use medical cannabis in schools, daycare centers, correctional facilities, or school bus
It is unlawful to operate a motor vehicle, equipment, or facility while under the influence of marijuana
It is illegal to transport cannabis across state lines
Public consumption of marijuana or marijuana consumption on federal property in Bloomington is illegal
It is illegal to undertake any activity that can lead to professional malpractice or negligence while under the influence of medical cannabis
Persons with debilitating medical conditions in Bloomington must first get their medical condition certified online via the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Registry by a state-licensed physician. Once certified, the patient receives an email with a unique enrollment link to register for the medical cannabis program. Applicants must upload a copy of their government-issued photo ID and a government medical assistance plan document (if applying for the reduced registration fee). The application fee is payable with a credit card, debit card, savings, or checking account. On approval, patients receive access to their Medical Cannabis Registry account, where they must complete a Patient Self-Evaluation report before purchasing medical marijuana at the licensed dispensary in Bloomington.
Medical marijuana users can legally consume cannabis on private property in Bloomington. Ingesting or smoking medical marijuana in public and where it is illegal to smoke tobacco is prohibited.
In Bloomington, only patients registered with the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program may legally purchase cannabis from the city’s dispensary. Patients must complete a Self Evaluation Report on their Medical Cannabis Registry account online before proceeding to the dispensary. They must bring a valid government-issued photo ID and money to pay for the marijuana product.
The average price of medical marijuana depends on the product type, brand, quality, and weight. Generally, the average price of raw cannabis flower per 3.5 grams is $45. Gummies cost $30 per 100 mg of THC, and concentrates between $120 to $200, depending on the quality.
The most popular marijuana strains sold at the medical marijuana dispensary in Bloomington include Arcata Trainwreck, Indica, Ice Cool, Royal Cookies, Critical Jack, and Flap Jack.
No, it is unlawful to smoke cannabis in public in Bloomington. Minnesota cannabis law prohibits medical marijuana patients from smoking marijuana in public places.
Patients registered with the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Program can legally possess a 30-day supply of marijuana at a dosage prescribed by the pharmacist. Possession of up to 1.5 ounces of marijuana for recreational purposes is an offense with a $200 fine.
No. It is unlawful to ship marijuana to Bloomington. Shipping marijuana across state lines is a federal offense.
Yes, Bloomington residents may order medical marijuana products online. However, Minnesota marijuana law prohibits marijuana dispensaries from engaging in marijuana delivery services. Consequently, patients must pick up their orders at the dispensary or curbside.
No, there are no 24-hour dispensaries in Bloomington. The only licensed medical marijuana dispensary in Bloomington operates daily from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
No. Only certified Minnesota medical cannabis patients may purchase medical marijuana products from a marijuana dispensary in Bloomington. Minnesota dispensaries do not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards.
Yes. Registered medical marijuana patients must bring an identification card to the dispensary to purchase marijuana products in Bloomington dispensaries.
There is only one licensed medical marijuana in Bloomington, the Green Goods.
The Minnesota cannabis law is silent about scanning customers’ IDs at state-licensed dispensaries. However, the medical marijuana dispensary in Bloomington requires patients to present a government-issued photo identification card to verify the patient's age and enrollment status in the state’s medical marijuana program.
Bloomington city has one medical marijuana dispensary.
No. The medical cannabis dispensary in Bloomington accepts cash payments only.
There is only one cannabis dispensary in Bloomington. The purchasing limit per patient within 23 days must not exceed the 30-day cannabis supply.
No, Bloomington dispensaries do not accept health care insurance.
Yes. Minnesota law requires cannabis dispensaries in Bloomington to register and use Metrc to track their marijuana sales. Metrc helps track marijuana from seed to sale in Minnesota.
No. Minnesota laws permit the purchase of medical marijuana by persons 21 and older, and Bloomington city complies with this law.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) regulates the medical cannabis program in Bloomington. Residents can find their contact information on the department’s website.
Bloomington residents can report illicit cannabis activities to the Bloomington Police Department by calling (952) 563-4900 or visit their office in person at:
Westminster Police Department
1800 West Old Shakopee Road
Bloomington, MN 55431-3027