Weed delivery is legal in North Las Vegas. Licensed cannabis retail stores and medical marijuana dispensaries can deliver recreational and medical marijuana to customers within the city limits. Medical marijuana delivery is available to patients who are 18 years of age or older. Recreational marijuana delivery is available to persons 21 years of age or older. To receive a weed delivery in North Las Vegas, you must present an acceptable ID.
Yes. Pursuant to the Nevada Medical Use of Marijuana Act, the City of North Las Vegas allows medical marijuana delivery.
Yes, the City of North Las Vegas allows recreational marijuana delivery as permitted under the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act.
Yes, you can order weed online from North Las Vegas dispensaries via the websites or through phone calls to retailers. Recreational and medical marijuana may be ordered for delivery in the city from licensed retailers. While you may also order weed from other dispensaries in Nevada for delivery in North Las Vegas, it is illegal to order weed to be shipped across state lines for delivery in the city.
According to a recent law, you can order up to 7 grams of concentrated weed and 2.5 ounces of flower for delivery in North Las Vegas.
To use a recreational marijuana delivery service in North Las Vegas, you must be 21 or older. However, patients aged 18 or older can use medical marijuana delivery services in the city.
Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board-certified dispensaries are allowed to offer weed delivery services in North Las Vegas. Licensed dispensaries are also permitted to contract with independent entities to provide weed delivery services on their behalf.
There are a few ways to find a licensed weed delivery service near you in North Las Vegas:
To receive a recreational weed delivery in North Las Vegas, you must present an unexpired government-issued ID. The ID may be a United States passport, a state-issued driver's license, or a United States-issued military ID. If you are a medical marijuana patient in the city, you must present a medical marijuana card issued by the State of Nevada or another state approved for medical marijuana reciprocity by the State of Nevada.