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Retail Marijuana Delivery and Social Equity

Retail Marijuana Delivery and Social Equity Program

On Jan. 23, 2021, Ordinance No. 2020-65 became effective, allowing Aurora licensed marijuana stores and transporters with delivery permits issued by the state and the city to conduct deliveries to Aurora residents and residents in jurisdictions that allow delivery. 

The ordinance also allows non-Aurora licensed marijuana stores and transporters with delivery permits issued by the state, and if required, local jurisdictions that have enacted an ordinance or resolution to deliver retail marijuana and retail marijuana products into Aurora.

The delivery program includes a social equity component. Delivery Permits are valid for a period of one year and renewed annually. Transporter – No Premises Licenses are valid for a period of two years. Social Equity Delivery Permits and Transporter – No Premises Licenses are available only to qualified candidates for a period of three years starting February 1, 2021. All Social Equity permit and license discounts are effective February 1, 2021 for a period of two years. After two years, the undiscounted fees will be charged for the third year. Applicants must request a Pre-Licensing Meeting, submit all required documents and pay the required fees before the application will be reviewed.

All Delivery permit and Transporter (No Premises) license application and payment process is described on the application forms.  

Program details and application links are available on the Forms, Regulations and Publications page.

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