Recreational marijuana and medical marijuana delivery are legal in Boulder. Cannabis retailers with delivery permits can deliver cannabis products to registered medical marijuana patients and adult-use consumers in the city.
Medical marijuana delivery is legal in Boulder. Per Section 6-14-7 of the Boulder Municipal Code, licensed medical marijuana centers with delivery permits can deliver marijuana prescriptions to patients and caregivers in the city.
Yes, Section 6-16 of the Boulder Municipal Code authorizes the delivery of recreational marijuana within the city by retail marijuana stores with delivery permits.
Marijuana consumers can order cannabis products online or by phone from licensed marijuana dispensaries with delivery options in Boulder. Licensed retail marijuana stores operating delivery-only services within the city may also accept online orders.
Recreational marijuana consumers can buy up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower at a time for delivery in Boulder. Such consumers can also order up to 8 grams of marijuana concentrates. Likewise, medical marijuana patients can order 2 ounces of marijuana products or less for delivery within the city.
Adult-use marijuana consumers must be 21 years or older to use weed delivery services in Boulder, while qualifying medical cannabis patients must be at least 18 years old. Registered patients under 18 require the assistance of primary caregivers to use medical marijuana delivery services.
Licensed retail marijuana stores and dispensaries with delivery permits from the Colorado Department of Revenue can legally provide weed delivery services in Boulder.
Marijuana consumers in Boulder can contact local dispensaries to confirm if they have delivery options before ordering cannabis products. Such dispensaries may also indicate on their websites if they offer weed delivery services within the city.
Yes, marijuana consumers must have valid IDs to receive weed deliveries in Boulder. Anyone receiving recreational marijuana delivery must present a valid government-issued ID. Similarly, registered patients must provide valid government-issued IDs and their medical marijuana cards to receive weed deliveries.