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|Sonoma||Petaluma||10.15.030 Prohibition of medical marijuana dispensaries. No permit or any other applicable license or entitlement for use, including but not limited to the issuance of a business license, shall be approved or issued for the establishment or... Read more|
|Sonoma||Santa Rosa||10-40.090 Limitations on number and size of dispensaries. (A) During the initial six months from the effective date of the ordinance codified in this section, the City Manager may not grant or cause to be granted more than two permits for medical... Read more|
|Sonoma||Rohnert Park||741: Continues moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries... Read more|
|Sonoma||Cotati||8.24.010 Purpose and intent. It is the purpose and intent of this chapter to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in order to promote the health, safety, morals, and general welfare of residents and businesses within the city. It is neither the... Read more|
|Sonoma||Cloverdale||9.36.030 Prohibition of medical marijuana dispensaries. The establishment, operation or maintenance of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city of Cloverdale is unlawful and prohibited. No permit or any other applicable license or entitlement for... Read more|
|Sonoma||Sonoma||Extended 07-2005 Extends medical marijuana moratorium (Special)... Read more|
|Sonoma||Windsor||Extends moratorium on establishment and operation of medical marijuana dispensaries (Special)... Read more|
|Sonoma||Sebastopol||In January 2011, Sebastopol city council enacted an ordinance allowing patients and caregivers to grow up to 30 plants within 100 square feet at their homes. Under the ordinance, patients and caregivers can possess up to 3 lbs. at the garden site.... Read more|
|Sonoma||Healdsburg||On May 5, 2014 the City Council voted in favor of an ordinance to limit outdoor cultivation to 3 plants, and indoor to 6 plants. Healdsburg city council considered banning outdoor cultivation at a June 3, 2013 meeting, but instead convened a task... Read more|
A San Luis Obispo cannabis business is suing the city for revoking its license following the conviction of its former owner on bribery charges.
Seventeen cities and counties have received a total of $100 million in state funds to help transition local cannabis businesses to the legal market.