Springfield allows licensed marijuana businesses to provide weed delivery services within its borders per the provisions of Missouri’s Amendment 2 and Amendment 3. Recreational users are permitted to order no more than 3 ounces of dried, unprocessed marijuana or its equivalent for delivery, while medical marijuana patients may order up to 6 ounces of marijuana unless they have a physician's approval for more than 6 ounces.
Yes. Springfield permits medical marijuana delivery as allowed under the provisions of Amendment 2. Patients and caregivers with ID cards issued by the Missouri DHSS (Department of Health and Senior Services) can order medical marijuana from state-licensed dispensaries for delivery. Note that delivery transactions may need to be prepaid before they can leave the premises of the dispensaries.
Yes. Springfield allows recreational marijuana delivery service in accordance with Amendment 3. Note that recreational marijuana delivery services began in early 2023; hence, not all Springfield dispensaries offer delivery services currently.
Yes, you can order weed online from any licensed Springfield or Missouri marijuana dispensary. Although the delivery option may not be available from all dispensaries, you can still order weed for pickup at the retail stores, shortening the time spent at the retail facility. Springfield dispensaries use delivery vehicles to deliver weed to buyers, and some allow buyers to call the store to place their orders.
In accordance with a Springfield Ordinance, it is illegal to possess more than 3 ounces of dried, unprocessed marijuana or its equivalent unless you have proper approval from the Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation. Therefore, you cannot order more than 3 ounces of marijuana. Per Missouri medical cannabis laws, you can order up to 6 ounces of marijuana monthly if you have a Missouri medical marijuana card.
You must be 21 or older to receive a Springfield recreational marijuana delivery or 18 to receive a medical marijuana delivery. Minors are not permitted to use recreational marijuana delivery services, while registered medical marijuana patients may use approved caregivers to receive medical marijuana deliveries.
Missouri dispensaries approved for delivery may offer weed delivery services in Springfield. A dispensary intending to provide weed delivery services must notify the Department of Health and Senior Services of its intent to commence delivery operations and undergo an inspection by the Department to verify compliance with marijuana transportation in accordance with 19 CSR 100-1.140.
You can find Springfield weed delivery services near you by contacting marijuana details stores in your city to see if they offer delivery services. You may search online for "marijuana delivery near me" or "Springfield weed delivery” to find marijuana delivery services near your residence. Alternatively, the DHSS maintains a list of licensed dispensaries in Missouri which you may use to find licensed retailers in your area and their contact information. By calling the contact persons on the list, you can find dispensaries offering weed delivery in your area.
A valid photo ID, such as a valid Missouri driver's license, a Missouri-issued ID Card, a United States passport, or United States Military ID, is required to prove you are 21 or older when receiving your recreational marijuana delivery. To receive a medical marijuana delivery, you must present a valid ID and a Missouri medical marijuana card to verify your age and identity.