Medical Marijuana Doctors & 420 Evaluations in Sacramento
SACRAMENTO – MARIJUANA IN THE CITY
“At some point in the not-so-distant future, this industry (Cannabis) is going to emerge like craft beer, You will be able to know from where it is created, how it is created and what the ingredients are that it is going to be a premium product.” – Kevin Johnson’s chief of staff, Daniel Conway
In this article – we cover the important issues relating to Marijuana in River City.
- What are the Top MMJ Dispensaries, Products and Services
- What’s happening in Pot Politics, Law Enforcement, Police
- How can I Legally Buy – Grow – Possess Medical Marijuana in Sac.
- How can I get a 420 Medical Marijuana Doctor evaluation?
- Is there a nearby place I can get a Cannabis ID card?
- Can I get Marijuana delivered to my home?
- Can I grow weed at home?
- What are the latest laws concerning permits and ordinances?
The City of Sacramento has a population 400,018. SacTown Metro has a population approaching 2 million. The Big Tomato is a city on it’s way up, for quite some time. There is a lot going on in both the business and governmental sectors. Innovative mass-transit, cultural programs and activities, affordable housing and medical facilities are testament to progressive city policies.
Like many other Californian cities, River City came to life during the Californian Gold Rush.
In 1849, Sacramento became California’s first charter city.
River City Factoids
- MMJ ID Cards issued until 2015 = 567
- Doctor’s MMJ Recommendations:are estimated at 5,000
Sacramento County and City Medical Marijuana Law
You might call Sacramento conservative, but City Hall is liberal when it comes to Medical Marijuana. In 2016, it has never been easier to access good MMJ. In 2016 there were about 30 legal dispensaries in operation within city limits.
The city allows indoor personal cultivation, up to 400 square feet, in patient’s homes. The city also took steps to encourage indoor cultivation so long as the zoning was agricultural and was not near a public school.
“We recognize that City Council allows dispensaries and the council and recommends that staff come up with a proposal that allowing for the cultivation of medical marijuana. We want to provide legal plants for our dispensaries and make sure everything is in compliance with state law.” – Joy Patterson, City Planner
- On November 20, 2012, the City of Sacramento adopted a compromise personal use medical cannabis cultivation ordinance. It bans outdoor cultivation but alternative structures are acceptable if compliant.
- June 17, 2014, the Sacramento Board of Supervisors adopted an ordinance allowing nine indoor plants per parcel.
- April 22, 2014, the Board voted unanimously to ban outdoor medical marijuana cultivation in unincorporated areas of the county, but chose not to ban indoor cultivation and rather work with advocates to develop an indoor ordinance.
- The outdoor cultivation ordinance that passed carries penalties of incarceration and fines, plus administrative fees. (See Title 16.18 of Sac County Code).
Any patient who is impacted by local ordinances can write to Sacramento NORML. You have the option to Apply for a Variance to the Zoning Code, at growing time or at the time of a complaint.
Disclaimer: Before acting, readers are advised to refer to the Sacramento City or County Websites to cross-reference information provided here.
HOW & WHERE CAN I BUY MEDICAL CANNABIS LEGALLY IN SACRAMENTO?
To purchase Marijuana from any licensed Marijuana Dispensary or Club in Sacramento, you’ll need a Doctor’s Recommendation and / or MMJ-ID. Click here to get a legal recommendation in minutes.
The process is 100% online, and is much faster and cheaper than a visit to the clinic – and clients don’t pay a dime – until a medical doctor has approved their case.
SACRAMENTO CITY – MMJ POLITICS & LAW ENFORCEMENT NEWS
Sacramento Mayor, Kevin Johnson publicly supports of Proposition 216, the Compassionate Use Act This California Legislature dissolved the biggest barriers to Marijuana’s Medical use by establishing guidelines, rules and regulations for MMJ.
Prop. 216 exempts medical-marijuana (MM) collectives and cooperatives from criminal liability for possession, cultivation, possession for sale, sale, transport, importation, and furnishing marijuana, and for maintaining a facility for selling or furnishing marijuana. Medical Board of California (MBC) enforcement of MM recommendations, conditions and symptoms and what constitutes unprofessional conduct.
- “At some point in the not-so-distant future, this industry is going to emerge like craft beer, You will be able to know from where it is created, how it is created and what the ingredients are that it is going to be a premium product.” – Kevin Johnson’s chief of staff, Daniel Conway
- “His connections, his interests and his history with the city of Sacramento and the state of California made a lot of sense … for investing in Daniel to navigate the legal marijuana space.”
- “Conway said the marketplace for marijuana businesses is ripe with change, and the game that exists now is not going to be the same game in three or 10 years.” – Mr. Haney, Investor to former chief of staff.” – Daniel Conway
- “Good regional Chief’s meeting with Elk Grove and Citrus Heights. crime, marijuana, technology, homeless, asset seizure, and budget issues.” – Tweet 2016, Sam Somers- Chief – Sacramento Police Department
FURTHER READING – MEDICAL MARIJUANA BUSINESS IN SACRAMENTO
Get your mmj card now. All the information about Medical Marijuana Card in Sacramento. Find out about special 420 evaluations discount in Sacramento.
Sacramento medical cannabis
1800 21st Street ,
Sacramento CA 95811
(By Appointment Only)
$50 for renewal
$65 for new patient
Valid photo ID
Why should I renew my Proposition 215 doctors recommendation?
Patients who have a medical condition and wish to use medical marijuana will need a county issued ID card. The MMIC identifies the cardholder as a person protected under the provisions of Prop 215 and SB 420. It is used to help law enforcement identify the cardholder as being able to legally possess certain amounts of medical marijuana under specific conditions. To apply for the county ID card (MMIC) you will either need to approach your primary care doctor for a recommendation or visit our office and be seen by our doctors on staff. Unlike your primary care, our doctors are well versed in the use of marijuana and can give you specific advise on use peratining to your ailments. We can help guide you through the MMIC process and assist with any paperwork that is required to apply. Under Proposition 64, patients who present a valid MMIC card do not have to pay the sales and use tax when making retail purchases of medical cannabis, medical cannabis concentrate, edible medical cannabis products or topical cannabis.
If your medical condition requires more than the legal limit of six mature or twelve immature plants, you will need a doctor’s recommendation to possess an additional amount of cannabis consistent with your medical needs (Health and Safety Code 11362.77 (b)).
You must be 21 years old to use recreationally. If you have a medical condition, and you are 18 to 20 years old, you will still need a medical marijuana recommendation in order to legally grow or purchase your medical marijuana.
Not all dispensaries have their license to sell recreational use cannabis. With a medical recommendation for your condition, you will have access to all dispensaries, delivery services, and medical only events throughout the state of California.
Your parental rights. (Health and Safety Code 11362.84) With the passage of Prop 64, California courts can no longer rescind or restrict a parent’s custodial rights based solely upon the fact that the parent has a medical recommendation for the use of medical marijuana. Instead, the court must look to additional evidence relating to the child’s safety and best interests. Note, the possession of a recommendation for medical marijuana use does not mean your parental rights are completely protected. Talk to your family law attorney for the legal impart of Prop 64 on your custodial rights.
For more information or if you have any questions please feel free to contact us. (916) 476-6142
What are your normal business hours?
11:00am-5:00pm Monday to Saturday.
Closed for all major holidays, call the clinic for updated
Do I need an appointment?
Yes, we are open by appointment only from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
Can I renew if it is expired?
No matter how long it has been expired we can renew it
What if my driver’s license is expired?
If your California driver’s license is expired please bring in documentation from the DMV that you are getting a new license and we can still see you, however it is at the dispensary’s discretion to let you in with an invalid ID.You can bring in your new license when you receive it and we will print you an updated recommendation, no cost.
How long is the recommendation good for?
Your recommendation is valid for one year, it will have to be renewed the following year.
Do you only take cash?
At this time we are only able to accept cash.
I need a copy of my recommendation but. I live far away
Unfortunately, we are unable to email a recommendation due to HIPAA guidelines. However, it is possible to fax or mail the recommendation as long as there is a signed release from the patient. There is a $15.00 charge for this service, please call to arrange payment.
Where are you located?
1800 21st Street, Suite 100, Sacramento CA 95811.
What do I need to bring for my
For your evaluation bring a valid California ID, your old recommendation or medical records for new patients.
Can I renew if it is from another doctor?
If you were previously seen at another clinic we can renew your recommendation, just bring in your old paperwork or ID card.
What if my license is from out of state?
If you can provide proof that you are a California resident you can still be evaluated. Examples of proof of residency are: a utility bill, paycheck or pay stub, hunting license,afﬁdavit from a homeless shelter, conceal carry license,residential lease, IRS check, student ID, or bank statement.
How old do you have to be to get a
medical marijuana recommendation?
18 years old, if under 18 you must be accompanied by a parent and provide medical records related to the condition.
Will my recommendation be veriﬁable
Yes, you can be veriﬁed 24/7 online on our veriﬁcation system.
How much can I grow with my recommendation?
Sacramento medical cannabis 1800 21st Street , Suite 100, Sacramento CA 95811 M-Sa 11am-5pm (By Appointment Only) $50 for renewal $65 for new patient Prescriptions Medical records