No. There are no marijuana dispensaries in Centennial. In accordance with Section 6-5-110 of the Centennial Municipal Code, it is unlawful to operate a retail marijuana store within the boundaries of the city. Such marijuana establishments are prohibited on all properties within the city.
No. There are no medical marijuana dispensaries in Centennial. Section 6-6-110 of the Centennial Municipal Code prohibits the establishment of medical marijuana businesses, including medical marijuana dispensaries or medical marijuana centers.
No. You cannot purchase cannabis from online weed dispensaries in the city. No dispensaries are allowed to operate within the city limits.
No. You cannot visit a dispensary in the city as there are no cannabis retail outlets in the city.
The Centennial Municipal Code has no provisions for the operations of weed dispensaries within its limits. The city code bans the operations of medical and recreational cannabis dispensaries.
The use and possession of cannabis for recreational purposes is legalized for individuals 21 and older, following the guidelines in Amendment 64. At licensed dispensaries, adults can purchase up to one ounce of cannabis and 8 grams of concentrate. Adults of legal age are also allowed to grow their own at home with a limit of six plants. However, consuming cannabis in public spaces is strictly prohibited and can result in penalties. Additionally, driving under the influence and transporting cannabis across state lines or on federal property is illegal. Centennial employers also have the right to maintain a drug-free workplace, and Centennial adults are permitted to gift up to an ounce of cannabis to other adults as long as no form of compensation is involved.
The following medical cannabis laws are in effect in Centennial pursuant to Amendment 20, approved by Colorado voters in 2000:
Medical marijuana possession and use are legal for individuals with chronic and severe conditions listed under Amendment 20
Patients must participate in Colorado’s medical cannabis program and obtain medical marijuana registry identification cards to purchase medical cannabis legally
Registered medical marijuana patients in Centennial can possess up to 57 grams of usable cannabis and cultivate up to six plants at home, with three in the flowering stage. Exceptions for more plants may be granted under specific circumstances, but in no event will the number of cultivation plants exceed 30 plants, regardless of size or stage of growth
Medical cannabis cultivation for personal medical use may only occur at the residence of the registered patient of the patient’s approved primary caregiver
Minors in Centennial can also access medical cannabis under the state medical cannabis program if they have qualifying conditions and have designated adult Colorado residents as caregivers. Caregivers must register with the state and receive approval before legally representing or administering medical cannabis to their patients
To register in the Colorado medical cannabis program, minors must get medical cannabis certifications from two healthcare providers
Medical cannabis is not accessible to out-of-state residents as Colorado does not offer reciprocity under its medical cannabis program
Driving under the influence of medical cannabis is illegal
Consuming medical cannabis in public places is illegal
You can get a medical marijuana card in Centennial if you have a qualifying condition and can find a certified doctor to issue you a medical cannabis recommendation. The physician must be a Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy, in good standing, and licensed to practice in Colorado. If you are applying as a minor, you must obtain certifications from two physicians. The conditions approved for medical marijuana in Colorado include the following:
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Persistent muscle spasms
Autism spectrum disorder
Any condition that a physician may prescribe opioids for
After obtaining a medical marijuana recommendation, you may complete the rest of the application online or by mail. If you intend to complete the application online, visit the Colorado Medical Marijuana Registry. You will be required to pay a $29.50 processing fee. If your annual income is equal to lower to 185% of the federal poverty level, you may be eligible for a waiver of the application fee. However, you must provide a certified Colorado tax return for the waiver to apply. The tax return must be for the current tax year.
To complete the application by mail, submit the following:
A completed Colorado medical marijuana card application form
Proof of Centennial or Colorado residency
A copy of your current Colorado ID or driver's license
A $29.50 check or money order addressed to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
4300 Cherry Creek Dr. S.
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Once your application has been approved by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), you will be issued a medical marijuana card within six weeks. You will receive your card by mail after the approval of your application and the issuance of your card. If you have yet to receive the card or a letter from the CDPHE within 35 days, you may contact the department at email@example.com.
If your application is completed online, the CDPHE will assess your online application within one to three working days after receipt. You will receive an email at the address you provided in your application if approved.
For more information on getting a card in Centennial, call the Colorado medical marijuana program at (303) 692-2184 or check the medical marijuana card application page of the CDPHE website.
Although the city bans the sale of cannabis within its boundaries, Centennial residents who have purchased cannabis legally from other Colorado jurisdictions where retail outlets are permitted to consume their products at their private homes or residences. Consumption in the car, at a rented unit (without the property owner's permission), in public places, or on federal lands and buildings is illegal.
You cannot buy cannabis at a store in Centennial, as there are no authorized dispensaries in the city.
The sale of recreational and medical cannabis is illegal in Centennial.
Cannabis is not sold legally in the city
No. Smoking cannabis in public places is prohibited in Centennial.
Centennial adults aged 21 or older are permitted to possess 8 grams of concentrated marijuana, 1 ounce of flower, and 800 milligrams of edibles or cannabis-infused products. Adults of legal age may also grow up to 6 plants with no more than 3 mature plants. Registered patients in the city can possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana and cultivate up to 6 plants with no more than 3 plants in the flowering stage.
No. Since cannabis remains illegal federally, shipping cannabis across state lines in or out of Centennial is prohibited. Since federal law regulates interstate transportation, it is a federal violation to ship or mail cannabis across state borders.
No. You cannot order cannabis online in the city as there are no dispensaries there.
No. There are no dispensaries authorized to operate in Centennial.
No. Tourists cannot use dispensaries in Centennial as there are no such cannabis establishments there.
There are no dispensaries in Centennial. However, state law requires residents to present valid government-issued photo IDs containing their dates of birth before they can purchase adult-use dispensaries at licensed Colorado dispensaries. The IDs must show that they are 21 or older. Persons looking to buy medical marijuana must present active Colorado medical marijuana cards.
There are no dispensaries in Centennial.
There are no dispensaries in the city. However, state law requires licensed Colorado dispensaries to sell cannabis only to persons of legal age. Therefore, approved dispensaries will likely scan customers' IDs prior to purchases.
There are no approved dispensaries in Centennial, as the city bans the establishment of marijuana dispensaries.
There are no stores legally selling cannabis in Centennial.
There are no dispensaries to visit in the city.
There are no dispensaries operating in the City of Centennial.
No business or individual is authorized to operate in Centennial.
You cannot visit a dispensary in Centennial as the city. However, to visit adult-use weed dispensaries in Colorado, you must be 21 or older.
The Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) regulates cannabis use in all Colorado Jurisdictions. To find more information about the MED, visit the website of the Division.