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|Sacramento||Folsom||17.112.020 Medical marijuana dispensary as a prohibited use.Share A medical marijuana dispensary as defined in Section 17.112.010 is prohibited in all zones and districts of the city of Folsom. (Ord. 1059 § 2 (part), 2006) 17.114.040 Cultivation of... Read more|
|Sacramento||Galt||18.58.050 Cultivation prohibited. The cultivation of marijuana by any person, including primary caregivers and qualified patients, collectives, cooperatives or dispensaries, for any purpose is prohibited on any parcel in the City of Galt, and is... Read more|
|Sacramento||Elk Grove||9.31.030 Dispensaries prohibited.Share Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited and it shall be unlawful for any person to operate or permit to be operated a medical marijuana dispensary in or upon any premises in the City. [Ord. 19-2010 §1,... Read more|
|Sacramento||Citrus Heights||In 2013, Citrus Heights passed an ordinance requiring medical marijuana to be grown inside the home (50 sq. ft. limit) or in an enclosed structure (100 sq. ft. limit). http://www.citrusheights.net/docs/2013-007_cultivation_of_medical_marijuana.pdf... Read more|
|Sacramento||Rancho Cordova||In January 2015, Rancho Cordova supervisors voted unanimously to pass an ordinance continuing their outdoor ban and also banning indoor cultivation in "a residence where persons under eighteen (18) years of age reside, whether full or part-time... Read more|
|Sacramento||Isleton||No Information... Read more|
|Sacramento||Sacramento||On November 20, 2012, the City of Sacramento adopted a compromise personal use medical cannabis cultivation ordinance. It bans outdoor cultivation but alternative structures are acceptable if compliant (secure locked door; solid, non-transparent,... 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.