Although Colorado’s HB19-1234 legalized marijuana delivery in the state, it also gave authority to municipalities to opt out of allowing marijuana delivery in their jurisdictions. Specifically, cities have to vote to allow marijuana delivery. While Arvada allows medical marijuana delivery via its code of ordinances, there are no provisions in the code for recreational marijuana delivery.
Yes. Medical marijuana delivery services are permitted in the City of Arvada pursuant to Chapter 53 of the Arvada Code of Ordinances.
No. The City of Arvada has not enacted a law to permit the delivery of recreational marijuana. Hence, it is illegal to use recreational weed delivery services in the city.
You may order medical marijuana online for delivery in Arvada but may not order recreational marijuana online for delivery.
You may order no more than 2 ounces of marijuana or 40 grams of medical marijuana concentrate for delivery per day. While no amount of recreational marijuana may be ordered for delivery, in-store buyers of adult-use weed may buy no more than 1 ounce of marijuana or 8 grams of concentrated marijuana in person.
You must be 21 or older to use weed delivery services in Arvada. Delivery for medical marijuana patients under 21 may only be made to the registered caregiver, parent, or guardian aged 21 or older.
Marijuana businesses with marijuana delivery permits issued by the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) may provide weed delivery services in Arvada.
The City of Arvada does not yet allow recreational marijuana delivery services. Also, medical marijuana delivery services to patients in the city usually originate from other Colorado municipalities.
Yes. You must provide a valid government-issued ID and a Colorado medical marijuana ID card when receiving a medical marijuana order in Arvada.