Patients registered in the Florida Medical Marijuana Use Registry (MMUR) who are 18 or older can order medical marijuana for delivery in Melbourne. Patients under the age of 18 can ask their state-approved caregivers to order and receive their medical marijuana orders. At least 3 MMTCs are in Melbourne. While these facilities offer pickup services for online buyers, at least one allows buyers to order medical marijuana for delivery.
Yes. Florida’s HB 1397 makes medical marijuana legal in all Florida locations, including Melbourne. If you are an eligible patient, you can use a medical marijuana delivery service without fear of legal repercussions.
No. Since recreational marijuana is prohibited statewide in Florida, it is illegal to provide or use a delivery service for recreational marijuana.
You can order medical marijuana but not recreational marijuana online in Melbourne. Although you can order medical marijuana online from neighboring Florida cities for delivery in Melbourne, not many of the city’s medical marijuana treatment centers provide delivery options on their websites. Besides ordering from MMTCs’ website, you can also order medical marijuana by phone. If you are ordering medical marijuana from a retailer not offering delivery, you must visit the store's physical address to pick up your order.
Florida-registered medical marijuana patients aged 18 or older can use medical marijuana delivery services from state-licensed MMTCs.
The city permits medical marijuana treatment centers with valid licenses from the Florida Office of Medical Marijuana Use to provide marijuana delivery services.
You can use the MMTC search tool provided on the OMMU website to locate authorized MMTCs in Melbourne or other Florida cities. While the tool does not provide information on which MMTCs offer delivery services, you can find the physical addresses of licensed Melbourne MMTCs. Using this information, you can visit the retailer’s physical address or web address to determine which service options are available. Also, you may seek recommendations from other medical marijuana patients on online forums to determine which MMTCs provide weed delivery services in Melbourne.
A Florida medical marijuana registry ID card and a valid government-issued photographic identification are required to receive medical marijuana delivery in the city.