Colorado weed laws allow marijuana deliveries to eligible individuals at their private residences. However, state law empowers municipalities to decide whether marijuana delivery is permissible in their jurisdictions. Although the City of Pueblo currently allows medical marijuana dispensaries and retail marijuana stores to operate within its limits, there remains no provision for weed delivery operations.
No. Although the city permits the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries for the sale of medical marijuana to qualified patients, there are no provisions for the delivery of medical marijuana under the Medical Marijuana Section of its Code of Ordinances. Per Section 11-10-701 of the City of Pueblo Code of Ordinances, it is unlawful for any person to deliver medical marijuana except on licensed premises.
No. While the city allows retail marijuana stores to operate, there are no provisions for recreational marijuana delivery under the city’s Retail Marijuana Section of its Code of Ordinances.
You can pre-order weed ahead of pickup at the physical addresses of the licensed retail stores in the city. However, you cannot order weed for delivery.
You cannot order any amount of weed for delivery in Pueblo.
If you plan to order ahead of a visit to the retailer to pick up your order, you may order no more than 2 ounces of medical weed or 40 grams of concentrated weed per day. If you are pre-ordering recreational marijuana ahead of an in-store pickup, you may order no more than 1 ounce of weed or 8 grams of concentrates.
Weed delivery is illegal in Pueblo.
No business or individual is authorized to deliver marijuana in Pueblo.
There are no legal weed delivery services in Pueblo.
It is illegal to use or provide weed delivery services in Pueblo.