Loveland prohibits medical and recreational weed delivery services. Marijuana consumers in the city must purchase cannabis in person at state-licensed cannabis dispensaries in other Colorado locations.
No, medical marijuana delivery is prohibited in Loveland. Patients and caregivers enrolled in the Medical Marijuana Registry must visit out-of-city dispensaries to get their cannabis prescriptions filled.
No, Loveland bans recreational marijuana delivery. According to Section 7.65.030 of the Loveland Municipal Code, business entities offering cannabis delivery services may face up to $1,000 in fines and the owners risk one-year jail sentences.
Yes. Cannabis dispensaries licensed by the Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) typically provide websites that allow online cannabis orders. While Loveland residents can order cannabis online from dispensaries near the city or by phone, they must visit the dispensing facilities to pick up their products.
Loveland marijuana users cannot order cannabis for delivery in the city.
Weed delivery services are not available in Loveland.
It is illegal to provide weed delivery services in Loveland.
Weed delivery companies do not operate in Loveland. However, marijuana consumers can look up MED Licensed Facilities to find cannabis retail stores in neighboring municipalities.
Loveland prohibits weed delivery services. However, when visiting out-of-city marijuana dispensaries, consumers must carry their government-issued IDs or medical marijuana cards.