Danbury permits weed delivery to recreational and medical cannabis consumers. Only dispensaries licensed by the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) can deliver cannabis to marijuana consumers in the city. In compliance with the DCP regulations, dispensaries must verify purchasers’ IDs before delivering cannabis products to them.
Yes. The Responsible and Equitable Regulations of Adult-Use Cannabis Act (RERACA) permits recreational marijuana delivery in Danbury.
Yes, Danbury residents can order cannabis products online through licensed dispensaries’ websites. Alternatively, they can make phone orders by calling dispensaries’ customer representatives.
In Danbury, qualifying cannabis patients can order up to 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis monthly. Recreational marijuana users can order no more than 1/4 ounce of cannabis flower at once.
Adults aged 21 or older can use weed delivery services in Danbury. On the other hand, registered medical cannabis patients must be at least 18 years old to request cannabis deliveries. For patients under 18, legal guardians or caregivers aged 21 or older must use weed delivery services on their behalf.
Danbury permits marijuana establishments with valid Adult-Use Cannabis Delivery Service Licenses issued by the DCP to provide weed delivery services within its borders. Third-party vendors are prohibited from delivering cannabis to marijuana consumers in Connecticut.
Marijuana consumers can use the Connecticut Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facilities list and the marijuana retailers map to find dispensaries providing medical marijuana delivery in Danbury. They can also call or visit local cannabis stores to learn about their marijuana delivery services.
Yes. To receive marijuana deliveries in Danbury, patients and caregivers must provide their medical marijuana cards, while recreational users must present government-issued IDs.