Moline is a quaint city located in Northwest Illinois on the Mississippi River. While the population of Moline is nearly 40,000, this small town still has plenty of things to do. With several cozy coffee shops and delicious restaurants and its own brewery, you will absolutely leave Moline with a happy stomach. The John Hauberg Indian Museum also features the history of both the Sauk and Fox tribes who originally lived in the area.
Illinois legalized medical marijuana in 2013, and recently legalized cannabis for adult use in 2020. While cities have the ability to opt-out of cannabis sales, Moline has allowed for sales to occur. That being said, there is only one dispensary currently in the nearby town of Milan, just 10 minutes away from Moline. For more information on Illinois’ cannabis laws, check out our Illinois state page.
Yes. It is legal for consumers over 21 years old or with a valid MMJ card to possess medical and recreational marijuana in Moline.
Marijuana can be purchased by visiting a licensed dispensary. While there is currently only one dispensary in the area near Moline, more may open soon.
Yes! It is legal to smoke weed in Moline as long as you do so on your own property and out of public sight. Smoking in public will result in a fine and civil infraction charge. Those staying in an Airbnb or renting must first have permission from the owner to consume cannabis.
Unfortunately, marijuana delivery has not been legalized in Illinois.
Although it’s possible to order cannabis online from a dispensary in Moline, customers must go inside the dispensary to pick up their orders.
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