Most Lee’s Summit dispensaries only allow weed buyers to order marijuana online using their pick-up options. Hence, finding a delivery service in the city can be challenging. Furthermore, with recreational marijuana delivery only recently permitted in Missouri, many state-licensed dispensaries do not yet offer delivery of recreational marijuana orders to Lee’s Summit.
Yes. Although many of the dispensaries in Lee’s Summit do not offer a delivery service option, Missouri’s Amendment 2 allows eligible persons to have their medical marijuana orders delivered by authorized businesses in Lee’s Summit.
Yes. Missouri’s Amendment 3 makes recreational marijuana delivery legal in Lee’s Summit. However, with recreational marijuana delivery recently authorized, delivery services for adult-use marijuana orders are rare in the city.
Yes. However, many of the dispensaries in the city only offer pick-up service for online orders. You can visit the retailers' websites or call them to place an online order for marijuana from retailers in Lee’s Summit and those in other Missouri Jurisdictions.
Medical marijuana patients may order up to 6 ounces of marijuana for delivery per month, while recreational marijuana users cannot order more than 3 ounces for delivery.
Only adults aged 21 or older can use recreational marijuana delivery services in Lee’s Summit, while medical marijuana delivery services in the city are available to persons aged 18 or older.
Missouri dispensaries licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services and authorized to offer marijuana delivery services can provide weed delivery services in Lee's Summit. All marijuana delivery operations must comply with the provisions of 19 CSR 100-1.140.
The Missouri DHSS (Department of Health and Senior Services) maintains a list of approved dispensaries on its website. You may use this list to find the contact information of the dispensaries in Lee's Summit and those in nearby Missouri municipalities. You can find those offering weed delivery services in your area by contacting these retailers.
A valid government photo ID, such as a valid Missouri-issued ID Card, is required to prove to receive your recreational marijuana order. To receive a medical marijuana order, you need a valid ID and a Missouri medical marijuana card.