Weed delivery is legal for medical and recreational marijuana users in Stamford. The Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) issues licenses to weed delivery providers in the city. Licensed weed delivery companies may only deliver cannabis products from cannabis retail stores to marijuana consumers.
Yes. The Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program (MMP) allows cannabis delivery to registered patients and caregivers in Stamford.
Yes, Stamford residents can request recreational marijuana delivery under the Responsible and Equitable Regulations of Adult-Use Cannabis Act (RERACA).
Yes. Marijuana consumers in Stamford can order cannabis products for recreational or medical use from online weed dispensaries. They can visit dispensaries’ websites to place their orders and make the required payments. DCP-licensed dispensaries may also provide phone numbers on their websites for users who prefer call-in orders. After placing orders, consumers can get their products by visiting pickup locations or through home delivery.
Patients with qualifying conditions can order for delivery in Stamford no more than 5 ounces of usable cannabis per month. On the other hand, adults aged 21 years or older can request delivery for up to 1.5 ounces of marijuana.
To use weed delivery services in Stamford, eligible cannabis patients must be 18 years or older. Caregivers aged 18 years or older may request weed delivery for minors. Meanwhile, non-medical consumers must be 21 years or older to use recreational marijuana delivery services in Stamford.
Only individuals and businesses with DCP-issued Adult-Use Cannabis Delivery Service Licenses can provide weed delivery services in Stamford.
Marijuana users in Stamford can visit local cannabis retail stores in the city to inquire about their cannabis delivery services. Alternatively, they can call these dispensaries to ask about their weed delivery options or ask other marijuana users in their neighborhoods for recommendations.
Yes, registered patients and caregivers in Stamford can only receive cannabis deliveries by presenting their medical marijuana cards and government-issued IDs. Recreational marijuana users must present their government-issued IDs to receive weed deliveries.