The City of San José’s medical marijuana program regulates:
The City’s regulations apply to all types of medical marijuana operations including collectives, dispensaries, manufacturing facilities, delivery services, cultivation, extraction, etc.
It is illegal for any marijuana entity to operate in San José without first getting a Notice of Completed Registration as a Medical Marijuana Collective from the City. Violators are subject to closure and fines of up to $50,000 per offense, per day, as well as criminal prosecution.
The City of San José is NOT taking new applications for Medical Marijuana Collectives at this time. The application period closed on October 17, 2014. Only the City Council can reopen it.
There are 16 Registered Collectives in San José. Any operators not on this list are violating local and state law.
Currently, delivery businesses are illegal in San José, and any businesses that deliver in San José are doing so in violation of local and state law. Violators are subject to closure and fines of up to $50,000 per offense, per day, as well as criminal prosecution.
Patients and caregivers are cautioned to not patronize illegal businesses.