No. There are no marijuana dispensaries in Davie. Cannabis is illegal statewide in Florida and may not be sold in the Town of Davie.
No. Although Davie's Land Development Code makes a provision for the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries in the town, there are presently no dispensaries in Davie.
No. You cannot purchase cannabis from online weed dispensaries in Davie. There are no dispensaries in the town.
There are no weed dispensaries in the Town of Davie.
Davie does not permit the operation of adult-use cannabis dispensaries but allows medical marijuana treatment centers to be established in the town. Although there are presently no MMTCs in the town, such businesses, when established in the town, will be required to comply with state laws.
Before enabling clients to purchase medicinal marijuana, MMTCs must verify their customers' identities and MMUR membership. In other words, medical marijuana will not be sold to anyone without proper identification. In addition, these dispensaries are not authorized to permit cannabis consumption on their premises and cannot violate the possession limitations when selling to a customer.
In the town of Davie, it is unlawful to possess or sell marijuana for recreational use according to state regulations. If an individual is found to be in possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana, they may be charged with a misdemeanor and face up to a year of imprisonment and a fine of up to $1,000. However, if a person is found to be in possession of marijuana in amounts ranging from 20 grams to 25 pounds, they may be charged with a felony offense, which carries a penalty of up to 5 years in jail and fines of up to $5,000. Note that the amount of marijuana possessed directly correlates with the severity of the penalty. Additionally, the Town of Davie municipal code prohibits the smoking of cannabis on public properties.
Davie's medical cannabis laws are based on the state's regulations on medical marijuana. Although medical cannabis first became legal under the state's Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014, only individuals with cancer or epilepsy could use marijuana for medical purposes. Since then, the law has undergone two amendments, which have expanded the range of conditions for which medical cannabis can be used and permit the smoking of cannabis flower. Under Amendment 2:
Davie permanent or seasonal residents must receive approval from qualified physicians for one of the approved conditions before accessing medical marijuana. Approved conditions, as outlined in Amendment 2, include PTSD, Crohn's disease, ALS, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and terminal illnesses
Patients must be added to the state's medical marijuana use registry and issued medical marijuana cards prior to purchasing medical cannabis
With a medical marijuana card, a Davie patient can possess up to 4 ounces of cannabis and can purchase up to 2.5 ounces every 35 days
Medical cannabis use is legal on private properties but prohibited on public and federal lands and buildings
It is illegal to cultivate cannabis at home and to operate a vehicle while impaired from the use of medical cannabis
If you live in Davie permanently or for at least 31 days in a row each year, you can get a medical card for medical marijuana. However, you must first register with the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR). Enrolling in the registry begins with obtaining a medical marijuana certification from a physician authorized to issue such certifications. You can find these physicians on a list of approved physicians or using the physician search tool on the Office of Medical Marijuana Use website. Once you have a certification from a doctor, you can use it to get a medical card for medical marijuana if you have any of the approved medical conditions. These conditions include:
A terminal medical illness diagnosed by a Florida-licensed physician who is not your certifying physician
Chronic non-malignant pain due to a qualifying medical condition
Medical conditions comparable to the conditions listed above
During your appointment with a qualified physician for medical marijuana certification, the healthcare practitioner, upon determining that you qualify for medical cannabis use, will add your information to the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR). You will get an email letting you know you are registered in the MMUR. Then, you can log in to the MMUR using the link in the email and apply for a medical marijuana card. If you apply online, the Office of Medical Marijuana Use will check your information in the MMUR against the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles database. If the information matches, your application will be approved within 10 days.
Alternatively, if you opt to complete your application by mail, you must submit the following:
Completed patient application form
Photograph (passport style)
Copy of valid proof of Davie residence
$75 cheque or money order payable to the Florida Department of Health with your patient identification number written on the memo line
Office of Medical Marijuana Use
PO Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313
Visit the MMUR Identification Cards page of the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use website for more information on getting a medical marijuana card in Davie.
It is against the law to use marijuana for recreation in Davie. However, you can use medical marijuana on private properties. You cannot use medical marijuana in public places in Davie.
There are no approved dispensaries in Davie from which you may purchase cannabis.
Cannabis is not sold legally in Davie.
Cannabis is not sold legally in the town.
It is prohibited to smoke marijuana in public places in Davie, including smoking, eating, or consuming in any form in any public building, street, alley, walkway, highway, or car.
Patients in Davie enrolled with the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry are permitted to possess up to 2.5 ounces of medical cannabis supply every 35 days. They are allowed to have up to 4 ounces of cannabis on their person at any given time. Adults in Davie who are in possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis for their own personal, non-medical use may only be prosecuted with a class 1 misdemeanor.
No. It is not allowed to ship marijuana to other states from Davie. This is because marijuana is still illegal under federal law, and it is unlawful to transport the substance between states.
There are presently no dispensaries in the town. Therefore, you cannot order cannabis online in Davie.
No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Davie.
Tourists cannot visit dispensaries in Davie as there are no dispensaries selling cannabis in the town.
There are no authorized businesses dispensing cannabis in the town.
There are no dispensaries in Davie.
There are no medical or recreational marijuana dispensaries in the town.
There are no marijuana dispensaries in Davie.
No weed dispensaries have been authorized to operate in Davie.
You cannot visit marijuana dispensaries in Davie as no weed retail outlets exist there.
No. Davie does not have cannabis dispensaries.
There are no medical or recreational cannabis dispensaries in Davie.
There are no dispensaries in Davie for minors or adults to visit to obtain medical or recreational marijuana.
Recreational cannabis is not legal and is hence unregulated in the town. However, the state agency regulating medical cannabis in Davie is the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU). You may contact the OMMU at:
Medical Marijuana Use Office
PO Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313
Email 1: MedicalMarijuanaUse@flhealth.gov
Email 2: OMMUComplaints@flhealth.gov
You may report illegal cannabis activities in the town by contacting the Davie Police Department or filing a complaint with the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU). To contact the Davie Police Department, call the Police Department at (954) 693-8200.