Medical marijuana delivery is legal and is offered by several licensed medical cannabis dispensaries to patients aged 18 or older and their caregivers. Although some vendors deliver recreational weed in exchange for purchasing items such as T-shirts and digital art, it is not a legal recreational marijuana delivery service. Medical marijuana dispensaries only offer deliveries to residential addresses located within the District of Columbia.
Yes, medical marijuana delivery has been legal in Washington, DC since the relaxation of regulations enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic by a set of emergency rules. Patients and their approved caregivers are permitted to receive medical marijuana deliveries at addresses in the District.
No. Although Initiative 71 makes the possession of up to 2 ounces of recreational cannabis legal, the state does not permit the sale of adult-use weed. Even then, some businesses offer weed via delivery services as gifts to persons purchasing items such as digital art, stickers, T-shirts, and ashtrays.
You can only order medical marijuana online legally in Washington, DC, as the district does not issue licenses permitting the sale of recreational weed. You can order medical weed from the websites of licensed medical cannabis dispensaries or via phone calls to dispensaries that provide phone order services.
You cannot order more than 8 ounces of medical cannabis over a 30-day period per DC marijuana rules.
You must be 18 years or older to use a medical marijuana delivery service in the District. Recreational marijuana delivery services are illegal.
Only licensed Washington medical marijuana dispensaries may offer weed delivery services in Washington, DC.
There are currently only seven licensed medical cannabis dispensing locations in DC. To find out if any of these locations offer medical marijuana delivery, you must contact the store by visiting the business's address (physical or web) or calling the customer service line. You can find the dispensaries' web addresses and contact numbers by searching online using the keywords "Washington DC weed delivery service” or “Washington DC marijuana dispensaries near me.”
Yes, you must have a Washington DC medical marijuana program registration card and a copy of your government-issued identification card ready to receive medical marijuana delivery in the District.
Although medical marijuana dispensaries are only present in 6 of the 8 wards in the District, medical marijuana delivery is available District-wide. However, weed delivery availability also depends on the dispensaries as some retailers may not offer the service or only provide it in specific wards.