No. Cannabis sales are illegal in Wyoming as Section 14-51 of the Wyoming Code of Ordinances prohibits the establishment of marijuana facilities, including cannabis dispensaries, within the city's boundaries.
No. Section 14-51 of the Wyoming Code of Ordinances prohibits the operations of marijuana establishments, including medical marijuana dispensaries, within the city limits. Hence, there are no medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Although there are no cannabis dispensaries approved to be established in Wyoming, you may order cannabis from dispensaries outside Wyoming but in other Michigan jurisdictions.
You cannot visit a dispensary in Wyoming, as marijuana facilities are prohibited within the city's boundaries.
Marijuana dispensaries are banned in all zoning districts of Wyoming.
Wyoming recreational cannabis laws are obtained from the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act (MRTMA), approved by Michigan voters in November 2018. Under the MRTMA:
An individual must be 21 or older to possess or use recreational marijuana
Adults aged 21 or older can have up to 71 grams of cannabis flower in public and 10 ounces of cannabis at home in secure locations. No more than 15 grams of the specified amounts may be in concentrated form
Adults aged 21 or older can grow up to 12 live cannabis plants at home for personal recreational use. They are also permitted to possess 10 ounces from the harvest of the cultivated plants
Wyoming prohibits the public use of marijuana
It is unlawful to consume marijuana while navigating, operating, or in physical control of a snowmobile, aircraft, vehicle, off-road recreational vehicle, or motorboat
Transporting cannabis to other states is illegal
The Compassionate Care Initiative/mileg.aspx?page=getObject&objectName=mcl-Initiated-Law-1-of-2008), Michigan's medical marijuana legalization statute, allows qualified patients in Wyoming access to possess and use cannabis for medical reasons. Although the City of Wyoming has banned the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries, qualified patients may possess and use cannabis for medical purposes subject to the following restrictions:
Both adults and minors can use marijuana for medical purposes if they have eligible medical conditions and are registered with the state medical marijuana program. While adults can visit dispensaries to obtain medical cannabis by themselves, minors may only access medical marijuana through their approved caregivers, who are required to be adult Michiganders
Registered patients must present valid Michigan medical marijuana cards before they may purchase medical cannabis at licensed Michigan dispensaries. While there are no dispensaries in Wyoming, Wyoming patients can buy medical marijuana from other Michigan locations
Registered Wyoming patients are allowed to buy 2.5 ounces every day as long as the 10 ounces per month limit has not been exceeded
Registered patients can grow up to 12 cannabis plants at home in enclosed, locked facilities
It is illegal to use medical cannabis in public places and on federal properties
A caregiver is allowed to have up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana per patient. A caregiver may also be a patient and assist up to 5 other patients: hence, a caregiver can cultivate up to 72 total cannabis plants and 15 total ounces for up to 6 patients
Wyoming residents who have qualifying conditions approved by the Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs can apply to the MMMP (Michigan Medical Marijuana Program) to get medical marijuana cards. The MMMP requires a medical marijuana card applicant to obtain certification for medical marijuana use for any of the approved conditions, such as:
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Agitation of Alzheimer's Disease
Positive status for HIV or AIDS
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Severe and chronic pain
Severe and persistent muscle spasms, such as those related to multiple sclerosis
Seizures, such as those related to epilepsy
For patients under the age of 18, two certifications are required from Michigan-licensed healthcare providers. Note that only certifications issued by Michigan-licensed Doctors of Osteopathy or Medicine are valid under the MMMP.
To commence the medical marijuana card application process, create an account on the Accela portal maintained by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. For more information on creating an account on the Accela portal, see the Accela account creation guide. After, log in to your profile to provide the relevant application documents and the application fee.
Alternatively, you may complete your application by mail by submitting your application to:
Michigan Medical Marijuana Program
P.O. Box 30083
Lansing, MI 48909
In your application, include the following:
A completed application form
A completed medical cannabis certification issued by your Michigan-licensed healthcare practitioner
Proof of Wyoming residency
A copy of your Michigan-issued driver's license, an identification card issued by the Michigan Secretary of State, or a signed voter registration. If you submit a voter registration, you must also provide a government-issued document with your name and date of birth
A $40 application fee. You may pay using a check or money order made payable to "State of Michigan-MMMP
Typically, the MMMP will review your application within 15 business days of submission and mail your Michigan medical marijuana card to your mail when it becomes available.
Cannabis use is legal in private residences or properties in Wyoming. It is prohibited to use cannabis in public. Per Chapter 50-188 of the Wyoming Code of Ordinance, it is unlawful to consume cannabis in public places.
Wyoming city authorities ban the establishment of cannabis dispensaries; therefore, it is impossible to purchase cannabis within Wyoming legally.
Currently, cannabis products are not sold in Wyoming. The possession and use of cannabis, both for medical and recreational purposes, is illegal in the city.
Cannabis sales are prohibited in Wyoming. Therefore, there are no popular strains in the city.
No. Cannabis smoking in public locations in Wyoming is illegal, including in schools, streets, banks, driveways, and vehicles. Also, in accordance with Chapter 50-188 (e) of the Wyoming Code of Ordinances, it is unlawful to smoke marijuana where prohibited by the owner of, or other person who occupies, owns, or manages, the property.
Possession limits for adults of legal age (21 or older) in Wyoming are 2.5 ounces in public and 10 ounces at home for marijuana. Users are allowed up to 16 ounces of edibles and 35 ounces of liquid cannabinoids but only 15 grams of cannabis extracts or concentrates. Moreover, an individual over the age of 18 can cultivate a maximum of 12 cannabis plants. Possession limits for medical marijuana patients in Wyoming are 2.5 ounces per day but no more than 10 ounces per month. In addition, they can grow up to 12 cannabis plants at home.
With cannabis considered illegal federally and federal law regulating interstate transportation, it is unlawful to ship cannabis in or out of Wyoming across state lines. However, you may move cannabis securely in the trunk of the vehicle from one Michigan location to Wyoming or from Wyoming to another Michigan address.
Although you cannot order cannabis from Wyoming retail stores as no dispensary operates in the city, you can order cannabis online from other Michigan locations and receive your order at a Wyoming address.
No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in the City of Wyoming.
No. Tourists cannot use marijuana dispensaries in the city as no pot store operates in Wyoming.
There are no marijuana dispensaries in Wyoming.
There are no retail stores selling marijuana or marijuana products in Wyoming.
There are no cannabis dispensaries in Wyoming.
None. Wyoming prohibits the operations of marijuana dispensaries within its jurisdictional limits.
Wyoming does not allow cannabis dispensaries to operate within its borders.
You cannot visit a dispensary in the city as no dispensaries are located there.
Wyoming city does not have marijuana dispensaries.
There are no dispensaries in Wyoming.
There are no cannabis dispensaries to visit in the City of Wyoming.
The Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) regulates cannabis activities in Wyoming. You can find the agency's contact information on the contact section of the agency’s page.
You may report illegal cannabis activities in Wyoming to the Cannabis Regulatory Agency by contacting the Enforcement Division of the agency at:
Cannabis Regulatory Agency
P.O. Box 30205
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone Number: (517) 284-8599
You may file a report to the state cannabis agency using the CRA Online Complaint System or call the Wyoming Police Department at (616) 530-7300.