Registered medical marijuana patients, caregivers, and recreational cannabis users in New Haven can order weed products from the comfort of their homes and have them delivered. Only businesses licensed by the DCP (Department of Consumer Protection) can provide weed delivery services in the city.
Yes, New Haven permits medical marijuana delivery. Connecticut weed delivery rules allow medical marijuana delivery directly to registered medical cannabis patients and caregivers in the city.
Yes, Connecticut-licensed dispensaries and licensed weed delivery services can deliver recreational cannabis to eligible consumers in New Haven.
Yes. Licensed dispensaries in New Haven offer online cannabis sales services through their websites. They also accept telephone orders for consumers who cannot readily access the internet. Connecticut cannabis law permits marijuana dispensaries to deliver online orders directly to buyers or use the services of other state-licensed weed delivery services.
The maximum amount of recreational marijuana flowers New Haven residents can order for delivery is 1/4 ounce or equivalent per time. Qualifying medical cannabis patients may purchase for delivery up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana per time, subject to a maximum of 5 ounces per month.
Any Connecticut-registered marijuana patient aged 18 years or over and a recreational cannabis user who is at least 21 can use weed delivery services in New Haven.
Marijuana dispensing facilities, hybrid retailers, marijuana delivery services, and micro-cultivators with requisite licenses from the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) can all provide weed delivery services in New Haven. While dispensing facilities, micro-cultivators, and hybrid retailers may deliver directly to consumers, marijuana delivery service licensees may only deliver marijuana products between those trios and buyers.
Cannabis consumers in New Haven needing weed delivery services can contact Connecticut-licensed dispensaries in their neighborhoods. The DCP's list of medical marijuana dispensing facilities and cannabis retailers map can help.
Yes. A government-issued identification card or a medical cannabis card, whichever is applicable, is required to receive a weed delivery in New Haven. Under Connecticut cannabis laws, the recipient of a weed delivery must be the same person who initiated the transaction.