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Recreational cannabis use was legalized in California in 2016 for those 21 or older.  While many people use cannabis without any serious problems, others find that use leads to unwelcome changes in their physical or mental health.  Included in this webpage is information on the legalities of cannabis use and resources about adult and medical cannabis use for residents and businesses in Davis. 

In November 2016, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) permitted personal consumption, personal cultivation, and a commercial cannabis industry in the State of California.  After AUMA was approved, the Davis City Council adopted several Ordinances regulating cannabis including a general permitting process for commercial cannabis businesses in the City, which includes regulations and permit conditions on such businesses to ensure safe operations in the City and authorized certain commercial cannabis manufacturing, testing, research, and distribution businesses in the City.

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The Davis City Council has approved the following retail cannabis businesses as of 11/13/18:
Retail Dispensaries with Delivery:
Davis Cannabis Collective, 2121 2nd Street 

F Street Dispensary, 420 F Street

Greenbar, 965 Olive Drive

Kind Farma, 946 Olive Drive

The Kana Company, 1605 2nd St


Delivery only:
GreenLife Davis
People’s Kush
The Good People Farms

 This website is provided as a resource for general information for members of the public.  The information on this website may be incomplete, contain errors, or change without notice.  The information provided is not intended as legal or medical advice and should not be relied upon without first consulting a qualified attorney or physician.