No. Cannabis dispensaries are prohibited in Maple Grove in line with the state's classification of cannabis as a controlled substance under Chapter 152 of Minnesota Statutes. Note that a controlled substance is either tightly controlled or completely illegal. In Maple Grove, the sale of marijuana is considered an offense.
No. Medical marijuana dispensaries do not exist in the City of Maple Grove. Pursuant to Section 10-577 of the Maple Grove Code of Ordinances, it is unlawful to sell or offer to sell items containing marijuana or THC in Maple Grove. While Minnesota permits medical cannabis sales, the City of Maple Grove, pursuant to the provisions of Minnesota cannabis laws, bans the operations of medical cannabis dispensaries.
There are no online cannabis retailers in Maple Grove. However, registered patients in the city can order medical cannabis from medical marijuana dispensaries operating in other Minnesota locations. With cannabis delivery not legal in Maple Grove and elsewhere in Minnesota, patients must visit the dispensaries to pick up their orders.
There are no cannabis dispensaries to visit in the City of Maple Grove.
Maple Grove Code of Ordinances makes it illegal to sell or offer for sale marijuana and products containing THC. Therefore, there are no authorized marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Recreational cannabis is illegal in Maple Grove. However, per state law, possessing up to 42.5 grams of weed only attracts a minor fine. Maple Grove residents caught with 42.5 grams or less of cannabis may pay a fine reaching $200. A prison term may also apply.
If an individual is found to be in possession of over 42.5 grams of cannabis, it is considered a felony and could result in penalties of up to $10,000 in fines and a maximum of five years imprisonment. For persons without prior convictions, the court may impose a conditional sentence and mandate an educational course as part of the sentence. The consequences for cultivating cannabis plants are identical to those for possession and sale, and they are determined by the total weight of the plants grown.
Qualified patients in Maple Grove may use medical marijuana under the guidelines of the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Act. The Act created a medical cannabis program enabling Minnesota residents with qualifying medical conditions to access medical cannabis. To obtain medical cannabis, qualifying patients must be registered in the state's medical cannabis patient registry. Once registered, patients may access medical cannabis at Minnesota-licensed dispensaries by presenting valid government-issued IDs and filling out online or in-store medical cannabis evaluation forms.
Although there are no dispensaries in Maple Grove to purchase medical marijuana, registered patients can visit neighboring Minnesota municipalities where dispensaries operate to purchase medical cannabis. They are allowed to obtain medical cannabis in the form of lozenges, oils, tinctures, topicals, and gummies. Since March 2022, Minnesota patients, including Maple Grove patients and caregivers aged 21 or older, can purchase up to 90-day supplies of dried medical cannabis flowers for smoking. Note that proof of age will be required when purchasing smokable medical cannabis.
Dispensaries may provide patients with up to 30-day supplies of medical cannabis supplies, as on-site pharmacists prescribe. In Maple Grove, home cultivation of cannabis for personal medical use and operating machinery or a vehicle while impaired by medical cannabis is strictly prohibited. Sharing medical marijuana with others (patients or non-patients) is a crime and may result in a patient facing criminal charges and exclusion from the Minnesota medical cannabis program.
Medical marijuana cards are not issued under the Minnesota medical cannabis program. However, the state maintains a registry for qualifying patients to be able to use medical cannabis legally. Only persons with qualifying medical conditions may be enrolled in the registry.
Before you may be included in the registry, you must get your medical condition certified online by a Minnesota-licensed advanced practice registered nurse, physician, or physician assistant. If your healthcare provider does not participate in the Minnesota medical cannabis program, you may ask the provider for a participating practitioner. Alternatively, you may search online for Minnesota healthcare practitioners or clinics participating in the state program.
At your appointment with a medical cannabis program-participating healthcare provider, you will submit an email to receive correspondence from the Minnesota Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC). Upon certifying your condition, you will get an email from the OMC containing a unique link for enrolling in the OMC medical cannabis registry. For more information on enrolling in the registry, see the OMC registry account creation guidelines. Note that on the registry, you will be required to provide the following:
A valid government-issued photo ID
Proof of participation in a government medical assistance program, if applicable. This proof qualifies you for a discounted registration fee
If applicable, a parent, legal guardian, or spouse ID and marriage or birth certificate. If you are under 18, this document is required
Application fee of $200. If you are paying a discounted application fee, you will only pay $50
After submitting your application, it may take up to a month for it to be reviewed. Once approved, you can access your profile on the Minnesota medical cannabis patient registry and print verification.
Recreational cannabis use is illegal in Maple Grove. However, registered patients in the city can use medical cannabis at their personal residences. Note that medical cannabis use is illegal in correctional facilities and on:
A school bus or van
The grounds of any home daycare or child-care facility
The grounds of federal facilities, such as courthouses, airports, post offices, and national parks
The grounds of preschools or primary and secondary schools
You cannot purchase cannabis in Maple Grove as there are no cannabis retail stores in the city. The Maple Grove City Council bans the sale of marijuana and THC products.
Cannabis sales are illegal in Maple Grove.
With cannabis dispensaries illegal in Maple Grove, cannabis strains are not sold in the city.
No. Smoking cannabis is illegal in places where commercial tobacco smoking is prohibited and in public areas. Public areas include public school facilities, fire stations, libraries, community centers, polling places, and vehicles. Vaporizing medical marijuana is also illegal on public transportation and in any:
Location where a non-patient minor child would inhale the vapor
Public place, including indoor or outdoor areas used by or open to the general public or at a place of employment
Recreational cannabis possession is illegal in Maple Grove. Patients registered in the Minnesota medical cannabis patient registry can possess 30-day supplies of non-inhaled forms of medical marijuana at dosages prescribed by the pharmacists at approved dispensaries. Patients aged 21 or older can have 90-day supplies of smokable medical cannabis forms.
If you ship cannabis across state lines into or out of Maple Grove, you would be contravening federal laws. However, if you move medical cannabis from a Minnesota location to Maple Grove or vice-versa, you face no legal repercussions. When moving medical cannabis and medical marijuana products across Minnesota jurisdictions, they must remain in their original containers and secured in the trunk of the vehicle.
Although there are no cannabis dispensaries in the city, you can order medical cannabis (recreational cannabis is prohibited) from other Minnesota locations with authorized medical pot retailers. Still, with cannabis delivery illegal in Minnesota, you must visit the dispensary to pick up your orders.
No. There are currently no 24-hour dispensaries in the City of Maple Grove.
No. Maple Grove is not home to any cannabis retailers.
Maple Grove bans cannabis dispensaries.
Maple Grove prohibits marijuana dispensaries.
There are no marijuana retail stores in Maple Grove.
No cannabis dispensary operates in Maple Grove.
No marijuana stores exist in Maple Grove.
There are no marijuana dispensaries to visit in the city.
There are no weed dispensaries in the city.
Maple Grove does not allow the operation of cannabis stores.
There are no dispensaries in the city.
In Maple Grove, cannabis activities are regulated by the Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC), which is a part of the Minnesota Department of Health. The OMC's contact information can be found on the department's website.
To report illegal cannabis activities in Maple Grove, contact the Office of Medical Cannabis by calling the OMC’s toll-free line at (844) 879-3381. You may also file a report to the Maple Grove Police Department by contacting its non-emergency dispatch line at (763) 494-6100.