No. There are no dispensaries in the City of Pompano Beach. Marijuana remains a controlled substance.
No. Section 115.28 of the Pompano Beach City Code bans medical marijuana dispensing retail establishments in the city. Hence, there are no medical marijuana treatment centers in the city.
No. Since there are no MMTCs established in the city, you cannot purchase cannabis from online marijuana dispensaries there.
There are no weed dispensaries in the City of Pompano Beach.
No part of the Pompano Beach City Code contains regulations for the operations of cannabis dispensaries in the city. The city specifically prohibits the operation of medical marijuana treatment centers within its borders.
Weed is illegal in Pompano Beach except for medical uses. The possession and cultivation of cannabis for recreational use are banned since Florida categorizes cannabis as a Schedule I Controlled Substance. Pompano Beach residents who possess no more than 20 grams are liable to be charged with a misdemeanor. The offense attracts a 12-month imprisonment term and a fine of up to $1,000. Possessing up to 25 pounds is a felony offense punishable by up to a $5,000 fine and five years in jail. It is illegal to drive while under the influence of cannabis.
Medical marijuana has been available to qualified persons in Pompano Beach since 2016, when Amendment 2 was passed in the state. The Amendment was expanded in 2019 to allow eligible patients to access marijuana flower and legally smoke it. Prior to 2019, medical cannabis patients were permitted to use THC creams or oils.
Amendment 2 permits Pompano Beach patients to use low-THC cannabis products for medical uses if they have medical marijuana cards issued pursuant to the regulations of the Florida Compassionate Use Law. Patients only qualify for medical marijuana if they have one or more conditions listed under the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act.
Although medical marijuana use is permitted, patients must adhere to stringent guidelines to avoid criminal penalties and maintain their cards. Failure to follow these restrictions may result in an arrest, and the State of Florida may prevent you from receiving cannabis as a source of medicine in the future. Some of the regulations guiding medical marijuana use in Pompano Beach include the following:
The transfer of medical marijuana, even to other patients or caregivers, is illegal
Consuming or possessing medical marijuana not obtained from a licensed medical marijuana treatment center is illegal
Cannabis consumption on MMTC premises, public locations, and federal lands or buildings is illegal
The home cultivation of cannabis, even for medical marijuana use, is prohibited
Patients may not purchase more than 35-day supplies of medical cannabis
Driving while impaired from the use of medical cannabis is illegal
You can obtain a medical marijuana card if you fulfill the following conditions:
Reside permanently or have seasonal resident status in Pompano Beach or another Florida city or municipality. To be considered a seasonal resident in Pompano Beach, you must live in the city for at least 31 consecutive days each calendar year and keep a temporary home in the city
Have a medical cannabis certification from a physician approved by the Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU) for one or more of the health conditions listed below:
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Chronic non-malignant pain due to a qualifying medical condition
A terminal condition diagnosed by a Florida-licensed physician who is not the certifying physician
Medical conditions comparable to the ones listed above
To verify if the OMMU approves your certifying physician, use the physician search tool on the Office's website. You can also find an authorized physician in Pompano Beach through the list of approved physicians maintained by the OMMU. After certifying that you are eligible for medical marijuana use, your physician will include your information in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR). Consequently, you may conclude your medical marijuana card application online or by mail. The application and review processes are shortened for persons who complete their applications online, as your information in the MMUR will be cross-matched with your information in the Florida DHSMV (Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles) database. To complete your application by mail, include the following in your application:
A valid proof of Pompano Beach residence
A passport-style photo
A $75 money order or check made out to the Department of Health in Florida. Your patient ID number must be included on the memo line of the money order
Submit the completed application to:
Office of Medical Marijuana Use
PO Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313
See the MMUR ID Cards Page of the OMMU website or call the OMMU at (800) 808-9580 for more information on getting a medical marijuana card in Pompano Beach.
Cannabis use for recreational purposes is prohibited in all Pompano Beach locations. Pompano Beach permits, according to state law, permits the medical use of cannabis on private properties but not public locations.
You cannot purchase cannabis in Pompano Beach. While recreational cannabis is illegal, medical marijuana use is legal but not sold at any licensed cannabis establishment in the city.
Cannabis is not sold legally in Pompano Beach.
Marijuana and marijuana products are not sold legally in the city.
No, it is illegal to smoke cannabis in public areas in the city. Section 98.02 of the Pompano Beach City Code prohibits smoking in public places in the city.
You are permitted to buy up to a 35-day supply of smokable cannabis and a 70-day supply of other types of marijuana if you are a certified medical cannabis patient with a valid medical marijuana card. It is against the law to possess any quantity of cannabis for adult use. However, Pompano Beach adults possessing less than 20 grams of cannabis for recreational use will only be charged with a misdemeanor.
No. It is against the law to ship cannabis across state borders since marijuana is still considered a prohibited drug under federal law. You may move cannabis within the permitted possession limit within Florida cities and municipalities provided you have a medical marijuana card, and the transportation is done securely.
No. There are no weed dispensaries located in the city from which residents or visitors may order cannabis (medical). Recreational cannabis is banned in the city.
No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Pompano Beach.
Tourists cannot visit dispensaries in the city as there are no weed dispensaries in the city.
Although Florida law requires persons looking to purchase cannabis in the state to have Florida medical marijuana cards, there are no marijuana dispensaries in the city where weed purchases may be made.
There are no dispensaries in the City of Pompano Beach.
There are no recreational or medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
There are no approved cannabis retailers in Pompano Beach.
No dispensaries are licensed to operate in the City of Pompano Beach.
While state law does not limit the number of MMTCs that may be visited in a single day, there are no approved cannabis retailers in Pompano Beach.
No. Pompano Beach does not have cannabis dispensaries.
There are no marijuana dispensaries in the city. However, MMTCs are required to track weed purchases per state law.
There are no weed retailers approved to operate in Pompano Beach. However, the state allows persons aged 18 or older to enter medical marijuana treatment centers.
Adult-use cannabis is illegal in Pompano Beach and is hence unregulated. However, the state agency regulating medical cannabis in Pompano Beach is the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU). The OMMU is available 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 city by contacting the Broward County Sheriff’s Office or filing a complaint with the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU). To contact the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, call the Office at (954) 831-8901.