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Are there Marijuana Dispensaries in Troy?

No. There are no marijuana dispensaries in the City of Troy. While state laws permit marijuana dispensaries to operate anywhere within Michigan, they also created provisions for municipalities to opt out of permitting commercial marijuana establishments in their jurisdictions. Pursuant to Chapter 150 of the Troy Code of Ordinances, all recreational or adult-use marijuana establishments are prohibited within the City of Troy.

Are there Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Troy?

No. There are no medical marijuana dispensaries in Troy.

Can You Buy Cannabis from Online Weed Dispensaries in Troy?

No. There are no weed dispensaries in Troy.

Visiting a Dispensary in Troy

There are no dispensaries to visit in the City of Troy.

Troy Dispensary Laws

The City of Troy Code of Ordinances does not have regulations for the operations of cannabis dispensaries.

Recreational Laws in Troy

Despite the ban on recreational cannabis establishments in Troy, the city's regulations do not restrict the possession, cultivation, and use of recreational marijuana by individuals of legal age. These provisions are outlined in the Michigan Taxation and Regulation of Marijuana Act, which governs the use, cultivation, and possession of cannabis. Under the MTRMA:

  • Only persons over the age of 21 are allowed to possess or consume marijuana in Troy

  • An adult over the age of 21 can have up to 2.5 ounces or 71 grams of marijuana on their person at any given time. However, no more than 15 grams of this quantity may be in concentrated form

  • Adults of legal age can legally grow 12 cannabis plants and produce 10 ounces of cannabis from the harvest of the cultivated plants. However, no cultivation may be done in places accessible to the public

  • Smoking or using cannabis in public is prohibited

  • It is unlawful to possess and consume cannabis in areas that come under federal authority rather than state law, such as federal lands, buildings, and airports

  • It is against the law to transport cannabis over state boundaries

  • It is unlawful to drive while impaired from cannabis use

  • Adults aged 21 or older may give away small amounts of cannabis but are not allowed to sell cannabis

Medical Cannabis Laws in Troy

Michigan's medical marijuana law, the Michigan Compassionate Care Initiative, allows patients in Troy with approved medical conditions, such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, and glaucoma, to access medical cannabis subject to certain restrictions. Under the state's medical marijuana law:

  • Troy patients with approved conditions must enroll in the Michigan medical marijuana program and obtain medical marijuana cards to access medical cannabis

  • Patients who are minors are only permitted to access medical cannabis through their designated caregivers. Caregivers must be adult Michiganders and be approved by the state to administer medical cannabis to their patients

  • Patients can purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis per day at Michigan-licensed medical cannabis retailers but must not exceed 10 ounces every 30 days

  • Patients may use medical cannabis indoors in private spaces. The public use of medical cannabis is illegal, and so is cannabis use on federal lands and properties

  • Patients and primary caregivers cultivate up to 12 cannabis plants in locked, enclosed spaces. Caregivers desiring to grow more medical cannabis must apply for Michigan commercial cultivation licenses

  • Troy employers are not required to permit medical marijuana use in workplaces. Therefore, regardless of holding a medical marijuana card, a medical marijuana user's employment may be terminated for testing positive for medical cannabis use even if the consumption occurred off-duty

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Troy

In order to be eligible for a medical marijuana card in Troy, you must be a resident of Michigan, have an approved condition, and be 18 or older. However, minors may be able to get a medical marijuana card with the consent of their parents or legal guardians. The following are the approved conditions for medical marijuana use in Michigan:

  • AIDS

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Crohn’s Disease

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

  • Agitation of Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  • Chronic Pain

  • Hepatitis C

  • Tourette’s Disease

  • Colitis

  • Ulcerative Colitis

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Autism

  • Nail Patella

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Glaucoma

  • HIV Positive

  • Cancer

  • Arthritis

  • A debilitating or chronic condition or the treatment of the condition producing one or more of the following:

    • Severe nausea

    • Severe and chronic pain

    • Cachexia or wasting syndrome

    • Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including spasms characteristic of multiple sclerosis

    • Seizures

To prove that you have an approved condition, you must obtain a written certification from a Michigan-licensed healthcare practitioner who is a Doctor of Osteopathy or Medicine. The practitioner must also be approved under the Michigan medical marijuana program (MMMP). If you are a minor patient, two certifications are required from different MMMP-approved physicians.

After receiving your written certification, you can apply for a medical marijuana identification card online or by mail. Visit the Michigan LARA Accela Portal to start an online application. For more details on completing an online application, see the MMMP Instructional Guide. To submit your application by mail, please include the following documents:

  • A completed application form

  • The certification issued by your certifying physician

  • Proof of Troy residency

  • A copy of your State of Michigan driver's license, a Michigan Secretary of State-issued ID, or a signed voter registration. If you submit a voter registration identification, you must also provide a copy of a valid government-issued document containing your date of birth and name

  • A $40 application fee

Submit the application to:

Michigan Medical Marijuana Program

P.O. Box 30083

Lansing, MI 48909

A few weeks after your application has been approved, you will get a medical marijuana card issued under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMMP).

Where is it Legal to Consume Cannabis in Troy?

Cannabis use is legal when occurring on private properties or residences. Even if you possess a medical marijuana card, it is unlawful to use cannabis in public places such as buses, schools, or correctional facilities.

How to Buy Cannabis at a Troy Dispensary

You cannot purchase cannabis legally in the city as there are no approved dispensaries in Troy.

The Average Price in Troy

There are no facilities selling cannabis legally in the city.

Most Popular Strains in Troy

Cannabis sales do not occur in Troy, as no approved dispensaries exist.

Can You Smoke in Public in Troy?

No. Smoking in public locations, including schools, buses, and on the streets in Troy is illegal.

How Much Marijuana Can You Possess at Once in Troy?

Michigan recreational cannabis law permits adults of legal age (21 or older) in Troy to have the following:

  • 71 grams of cannabis in public

  • 10 ounces of cannabis at home

  • 15 grams of concentrates

  • 12 cannabis plants

Certified patients in the city can have the following:

  • 71 grams of flower

  • 16 ounces of cannabis (solid form)

  • 36 ounces of cannabis (liquid form)

  • 0.53 ounces of concentrates

  • 12 marijuana plants

Can I Ship Cannabis in Troy?

No. The transport of cannabis across state lines in Troy is illegal under federal law. Note that federal law governs the transportation of marijuana between states and classifies cannabis as a controlled substance.

Can I Order Cannabis Online in Troy?

No. You cannot order cannabis online in Troy, as there are no dispensaries in the jurisdiction.

Are there 24-hour Dispensaries in Troy?

No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Troy.

Can Tourists Use Dispensaries in Troy?

There are no marijuana retail outlets in Troy.

Do You Need ID for Dispensary in Troy?

There are no dispensaries to visit in the City of Troy.

Best Dispensaries in Troy

There are no dispensaries in Troy.

Do Dispensaries Scan your ID in Troy?

You cannot visit a cannabis dispensary in Troy, as no such establishments are operating within the city limits.

How Many Dispensaries are in Troy?

No cannabis or marijuana dispensaries are operating within the City of Troy.

Can Dispensaries in Troy Take Credit Cards?

Troy has not licensed any dispensary to operate within its borders.

How Many Dispensaries Can You Visit in One Day?

Per state law, you can visit several dispensaries in a day. However, you cannot visit a cannabis dispensary in Troy, as there are no retail outlets within the city limits.

Do Dispensaries in Troy Take Health Insurance?

Cannabis dispensaries do not exist in Troy.

Do Dispensaries in Troy Track How Much Weed You Buy?

There are no cannabis dispensaries in the City of Troy.

Can You Enter a Dispensary in Troy at Age 18?

There are no dispensaries in Troy.

Where Can I Find the Troy Cannabis Regulator’s Contact Information?

The Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) oversees and regulates cannabis-related activities in the City of Troy. You can reach out to the agency by using the contact information provided in the contact section of the CRA web page.

How Do I Report Illegal Cannabis Activities in Troy?

You may report illegal cannabis activities in Troy to the Cannabis Regulatory Agency through the agency’s Enforcement Division at:

Cannabis Regulatory Agency

Enforcement Division

P.O. Box 30205

Lansing, MI 48909

Phone Number: (517) 284-8599


You can also file reports via the CRA Online Complaint System or the Troy Police Department by calling the PD at (248) 524-3477.