No. There are no dispensaries selling cannabis in the City of Brooklyn Park. Under Chapter 122.06 of the Brooklyn Park Code of Ordinances, the sales of marijuana or products containing marijuana are prohibited in the city.
No. Although medical marijuana sales are legal in Minnesota, there are no licensed medical marijuana retailers in the city.
No. There are no dispensaries in the city operating online or physically.
With no cannabis dispensaries established in the City of Brooklyn Park, visiting a licensed cannabis retail outlet in the city is not possible.
Cannabis sales are not allowed in the City of Brooklyn Park. Hence, there are no provisions for the operation of cannabis establishments selling cannabis in the city.
Cannabis possession, use, and sale for recreational purposes are illegal in Brooklyn Park, as it is statewide. However, per state law, possession of small amounts of cannabis, though an infraction, is considered only a minor offense. Possession of less than 42.5 grams of weed is regarded as a petty misdemeanor, with first-time offenders facing drug rehabilitation or fines of up to $200.
Note that while the Brooklyn Park City Council approved an ordinance permitting the sale of THC products to persons aged 21 or older, it does not make the recreational use of marijuana legal. In tandem with the state law permitting THC use, the ordinance does not permit the use of THC derived from marijuana. Only THC derived from hemp is allowed. The law also stipulates that the hemp-derived THC and the product may contain no more than 50 milligrams per package or 5 milligrams per serving.
Under the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Act approved in 2014, persons with the following conditions in Brooklyn Park are allowed to possess and use cannabis for medical purposes subject to certain restrictions:
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Seizures, including those characteristics of epilepsy
Inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn's disease
Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those related to multiple sclerosis
Cancer, if the underlying condition or its treatment produces any of:
Cachexia or severe wasting
Severe or chronic pain
Nausea or severe vomiting
Terminal condition, with a probable life expectancy of under 12 months, if the illness or its treatment results in one or more of:
Nausea or severe vomiting
Severe or chronic pain
Cachexia or severe wasting
Any ailment or its treatment approved by the Minnesota Commission of Health
The following rules apply to medical cannabis in the city:
Only patients enrolled in the Minnesota medical cannabis registry may access medical cannabis
Patients and their caregivers can possess 90-day supplies of medical marijuana at dosages prescribed by medical dispensary pharmacists
It is not allowed to grow cannabis for personal medical use
Medical cannabis purchase is only legal when made at Minnesota-licensed dispensaries
Minors are not allowed to obtain medical marijuana from dispensaries by themselves unless by their approved caregivers
Medical cannabis use on federal property is not allowed
Medical cannabis use is illegal on school grounds, school buses, correctional facilities, and on the grounds of any childcare facility or home daycare
You cannot get a medical marijuana card in Brooklyn Park, as the State of Minnesota does not issue medical marijuana cards to medical cannabis patients. Under the Minnesota medical cannabis program, you can access medical cannabis if registered in the state's medical cannabis registry.
To be included in the registry, you must be a resident of Minnesota and obtain certification for a minimum of one of the qualifying conditions. The Minnesota Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC), which maintains the state's medical cannabis registry, does not maintain a list of healthcare practitioners participating in the medical cannabis program from which you may obtain a medical cannabis certification. You may search online for participating healthcare practitioners in Brooklyn Park or ask advocacy groups representing your medical condition. Note that only physicians, physician assistants, or Advanced Practice Registered Nurses are allowed to issue medical cannabis certifications.
Your certification will become invalid if you do not submit and receive approval for your enrollment application from the Office of Medical Cannabis within 90 days. To avoid your certification expiring, it is recommended that you complete and submit your enrollment application within the first 60 days of receiving certification, as it may take up to 30 days to process your application.
At your appointment with the healthcare provider, the practitioner will submit your information to the OMC. Afterwards, the OMC will send you a link by email to complete your application online. On the application, you must provide:
A government-issued photo ID
A government medical assistance plan document, if applicable. This qualifies you for a discounted annual registration fee
A parent or legal guardian or spouse identification card and birth or marriage certificate, if applicable. This requirement is not optional if you are applying as a minor
Debit card, credit card, or checking or savings account information to pay the $200 or the $50 discounted application fee
Application reviews by the OMC typically take 30 days to complete. Upon approving your application, you may print a verification from your registry profile and use it to purchase medical cannabis. For more information on obtaining medical marijuana card in Brooklyn Park, visit the medical cannabis patient registration page or contact the OMC at:
Minnesota Department of Health
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164-0882
Phone: (651) 201-5598
Recreational cannabis use is illegal in Brooklyn Park. Registered medical cannabis patients in the city are allowed to consume medical cannabis products on private properties. Using cannabis in public locations is an offense. If you live in a rented home, it is recommended that you review your lease agreement or speak with your property manager to confirm that there are no restrictions on using medical cannabis on the premises.
There are no dispensaries in Brooklyn Park. Hence purchasing cannabis at a physical location in the city is not possible.
Cannabis is not sold at any licensed outlet in the City of Brooklyn Park.
There are no cannabis retailers in the city; therefore, cannabis use is not widespread there.
No. Cannabis smoking in public locations is illegal in Brooklyn Park.
Possessing any amount of recreational cannabis in the City of Brooklyn Park is illegal. Persons with medical cannabis statuses under the Minnesota medical cannabis program can possess 90-day supplies of medical marijuana products.
No, federal law bans transporting cannabis over state boundaries, even if you are traveling to a state where cannabis is legal. In addition, the protections offered to Medical Cannabis Program participants under Minnesota law do not extend beyond the state's borders. If participating in the program, you are not permitted to transport your medicinal marijuana to another jurisdiction.
There are no specific restrictions on medical cannabis delivery in the Brooklyn Park Code of Ordinance. Hence, you may be able to order medical cannabis online from other Minnesota jurisdictions.
No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Brooklyn Park.
There are no dispensaries to use in Brooklyn Park.
There are no dispensaries in Brooklyn Park.
No retailer or dispensary is approved to sell cannabis in Brooklyn Park.
There are no dispensaries in the city.
No dispensaries exist in the City of Brooklyn Park.
There are no marijuana dispensaries in Brooklyn Park.
While no law prohibits visiting multiple dispensaries in a day, there are presently no dispensaries in Brooklyn Park.
No. There are no dispensaries in the city.
You cannot currently find cannabis dispensaries in Brooklyn Park.
There are no marijuana retail stores in the City of Brooklyn Park.
Recreational marijuana is illegal and hence unregulated in the city. However, the Minnesota Department of Health's Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC) regulates medical cannabis activities in the city. To reach the OMC, you can find the office’s contact information on the Minnesota Department of Health website.
To report illegal cannabis activities in Brooklyn Park, contact the Minnesota Office of Medical Cannabis by calling (651) 201-5598. You may also file a report with the Brooklyn Park Police Department by calling (763) 493-8222.