Marijuana Dispensaries, Delivery, and Doctors in Pueblo

Previously known as the great “Steel City of the West”, Pueblo, Colorado once boomed with steel mills and railroads. Of course, time has brought about many changes, with former steel mills giving way to the Riverwalk and many residents swapping industries to cannabis after Colorado legalized in 2014. Pueblo’s strong historic and creative culture makes it a wonderful place for a weekend adventure. If visiting Pueblo in late August or September, make sure to catch the annual Colorado State Fair featuring two weeks of carnivals, livestock shows, rodeos and concerts, or the Chile & Frijoles Festival, a celebration of the city’s prized harvest of chiles, Hispanic food and heritage. Maybe feel like heading outdoors? For hiking and wildlife viewing, check out Pueblo’s Nature and Raptor Center. Likewise, Lake Pueblo State Park can give you a nature fix with mountain biking, fishing, boating and other water sports. 

Since Colorado’s recreational cannabis industry began in 2014, both the recreational and medical use of marijuana is legal and highly normal. Consequently, legalization led to a rebirth in Pueblo, with many people moving to the city to make it in the industry. Anyone over the age of 21 can purchase marijuana from a recreational dispensary with a government-issued ID, or 18 with a valid MMJ patient or caregiver card. Furthermore, those under the age of 18 with a medical need can obtain an MMJ card if their legal caregiver purchases from a medical dispensary. Getting marijuana in Pueblo couldn’t be easier with several recreational and medical dispensaries open within the city, as well as curbside pickup services. Specifically, adults 21 and up can only possess up to 1 ounce of flower at a time or equivalent amounts of concentrates or edibles. It is illegal to consume cannabis in public and people should only consume in the privacy of their home. Though the state of Colorado legalized marijuana smoking lounges, the city of Pueblo does not currently permit any. For more in-depth information, check out our Colorado state cannabis guide

Pueblo Resources:

https://www.pueblo.us/1933/Marijuana-Information

https://www.pueblo.us/DocumentCenter/View/14773/Retail-Marijuana-Rules-and-Regs?bidId=

https://www.colorado.com/cities-and-towns/pueblo

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Frequent questions about marijuana in Pueblo, CO

  • Is marijuana legal in Pueblo?

    Yes, both medical and recreational marijuana are legal in Pueblo! Specifically, any adult over 21 with a valid government-issued ID or MMJ card can purchase marijuana in the city.



     


  • Where can I buy marijuana in Pueblo?

    Buying marijuana in Pueblo is very easy from any licensed dispensary in the state, as long as you’re an adult over the age of 21 with a legal Government-issued ID card, or over 18 with a valid MMJ card and/or caregiver. 



     


  • Is it legal to smoke weed in Pueblo?

    Smoking weed in Pueblo is only legal in the privacy of one’s home. If staying in a hotel or Airbnb, make sure to check with the property owner or manager to receive permission to consume cannabis on the property.  While the state of Colorado has begun to license smoking lounges for legal consumption, the city of Pueblo has not licensed any to open yet.



     


  • Can I order my marijuana online for pickup in Pueblo?

    Yes, curbside pickup is available at many dispensaries in Pueblo!


  • Can I bring home the marijuana I bought in Pueblo?

    Unless you live in Colorado, it is illegal to cross any state border transporting marijuana. Whether visitors are flying or driving, make sure to finish your cannabis before leaving the state. Of course, those who do live in Colorado can drive with marijuana in a sealed container in the trunk of their car.



     


Pueblo Dispensary Reviews

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