Lowell City permits entities licensed by the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) to provide weed delivery services within its borders. Weed delivery services are available for medical patients, caregivers, and recreational marijuana consumers.
Yes, Lowell permits medical marijuana delivery for qualifying patients and caregivers. The city adopted an ordinance in 2022 allowing licensed marijuana couriers and delivery operators to provide medical marijuana delivery services to registered medical cannabis patients.
Yes, recreational marijuana delivery is legal in Lowell under the revised city ordinance adopted in 2022.
Yes. Marijuana dispensaries in Lowell provide shop menus on their websites to facilitate online marijuana purchases. To order weed from online cannabis stores, consumers can select their preferred marijuana products, choose the delivery method, and provide payment information. Dispensaries can deliver online orders directly to buyers or use the services of licensed marijuana couriers to make such deliveries.
Adults aged 21 years or older can order up to 1 ounce of recreational marijuana products or 5 grams of cannabis concentrates at once for delivery in Lowell. On the other hand, qualifying cannabis patients and caregivers can order up to a 60-day supply of medicinal cannabis products and have them delivered to them in the city.
To use Lowell weed delivery services, cannabis patients must be 18 years or older, while recreational marijuana consumers must be at least 21 years old. Caregivers can also request weed deliveries on behalf of qualifying marijuana patients who are minors.
Individuals, businesses, and cannabis dispensaries with relevant licenses from the Cannabis Control Commission can provide marijuana delivery services in Lowell. The Commission issues marijuana courier licenses to weed delivery providers that can deliver cannabis products from approved cannabis retail stores to consumers.
Lowell residents may be able to find weed delivery services in their neighborhoods from the list of CCC-licensed marijuana dispensaries. To confirm the availability of these services, they may call the closest dispensaries to ask about when and where they can deliver weed.
Yes. Per Massachusetts laws, patients and caregivers must present medical marijuana cards, while adults must provide valid government-issued IDs to receive weed deliveries in Lowell.