Tucson is a southern Arizona city most likely to be known for the University of Arizona. The city is situated in a valley just south and west of the stunning Mount Lemmon and Mica Mountain. Between the mountains, the nearby desert Saguaro National Park, and the Tucson Mountain Park, there is no shortage of outdoor adventures to be had. Hiking, biking, camping, and rock climbing are all incredibly popular within the area, all of which are quickly and easily accessible from the city. Tucson’s downtown has been a constant cultural hub because of the nearby university, but recent years have seen it through an impressive revitalization – a vibrant nightlife, microbreweries, and some of the best Mexican food you’ve ever had is easy to find throughout this young, energetic city.
On top of everything else Tucson has, it also has a solid medical marijuana scene. In 2010, Arizona legalized medical marijuana, and in 2020, it legalized recreational marijuana with Proposition 207. While recreational marijuana won’t be available until after licenses are approved sometime in early 2021, Tucson’s medical marijuana infrastructure should make the transition to recreational access fairly easy. Tucson dispensaries are allowed to operate between the hours of 7 AM and 10 PM, and a few offer delivery to valid medical marijuana customers. When recreational marijuana becomes available, delivery services will not apply to adult-use sales. However, it is now legal for households to grow six marijuana plants per adult, with a maximum of 12 plants per household. Please note that, even with the new laws, it is still illegal to smoke in public or to drive while under the influence of any amount of marijuana.
Yes! Both recreational and medical marijuana is legal to use and possess in Tucson, so long as you have a valid medical marijuana card or at least 21 years old.
There are quite a few medical dispensaries located throughout the city of Tucson from which you can currently purchase medical marijuana. To buy medical marijuana in Tucson, you must have a valid medical marijuana card. When recreational marijuana licenses are approved by the state, you will be able to purchase adult-use marijuana from licensed dispensaries, so long as you are at least 21 years old and have a government-issued ID.
Yes! It is legal to smoke weed in Tucson, so long as you are not on public land or within sight of the public. Public land does include national and state parks and it is therefore not allowed to be used or in your possession in the many parks that surround the city. Additionally, you must have the consent of the property owner if you want to smoke on private property such as an Airbnb, hotel, or apartment.
Yes. While most dispensaries in Tucson do not qualify for Arizona’s specific requirements for providing delivery services, there are a few dispensaries that do offer deliveries. Please check your local dispensary for details before ordering.
Yes! Almost all dispensaries in Tucson have online ordering with the option for in-store or curbside pickup. Please note that you must have a valid medical marijuana card in your possession when you pick up your online order.
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