Connecticut marijuana laws allow weed delivery for medical and recreational cannabis in Norwalk. Depending on the intended use, weed consumers need valid photo IDs and/or medical marijuana cards to receive cannabis deliveries in Norwalk.
Yes, Norwalk Ordinances and Connecticut medical cannabis laws make provisions for medical marijuana delivery. Caregivers and registered medical marijuana patients in Norwalk can have medicinal cannabis products delivered to them at their residential addresses.
Yes. Connecticut permits recreational marijuana delivery everywhere in the state, including Norwalk. Recreational weed delivery service providers in the city must comply with Section 47 of An Act Concerning Responsible and Equitable Regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis (Public Act 21-1).
Eligible cannabis users in Norwalk can order marijuana online or by phone from Connecticut-licensed dispensaries in or outside their neighborhoods. Marijuana products ordered online can be delivered directly to buyers by dispensaries' employees or through other state-licensed weed delivery services.
Under Connecticut medical marijuana laws, registered medical cannabis patients and caregivers may order up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis per transaction and have them delivered in Norwalk. However, they cannot purchase more than 5 ounces of the substance in one month. A person may purchase no more than 1/4 ounce of recreational cannabis flower in a single transaction for delivery in the city.
A registered marijuana patient who is at least 18 years old and a caregiver for patients who are minors can legally use medical marijuana delivery services in Norwalk. To use a recreational weed delivery service, an individual must be at least 21 years old.
Marijuana retailers, hybrid retailers, micro-cultivators, dispensary facilities, and cannabis delivery services can provide weed delivery services in Norwalk per City Ordinances. However, they must obtain the necessary licenses from the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP). Except for licensed delivery service operators, others can deliver cannabis directly to consumers. An entity that is not a marijuana establishment but licensed for cannabis delivery may deliver from:
You can find a weed delivery service in or near Norwalk by looking up the DCP's cannabis retailers map or medical cannabis dispensing facilities maps. You may also ask other marijuana consumers in the city about the availability of marijuana delivery services in Norwalk.
Yes. In Norwalk, a weed delivery agent may refuse to make a delivery if the customer cannot provide a valid government-issued ID or a medical cannabis card, whichever is applicable. The person who initiated the order must be present to receive their products.