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Are there Marijuana Dispensaries in Livonia?

No. Although cannabis dispensaries are permitted under the cannabis legalization law in Michigan, the City of Livonia has banned the establishment of cannabis dispensaries within the city limits.

Are there Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Livonia?

No. There are no medical marijuana retail outlets in Livonia. The Livonia City Council has opted out of allowing medical cannabis dispensaries to be established within its jurisdiction. Per Chapter 9.30.090 of the city Code of Ordinance, no medical marijuana dispensary may be established in Livonia.

Can You Buy Cannabis from Online Weed Dispensaries in Livonia?

No. There are no online weed dispensaries in Livonia.

Visiting a Dispensary in Livonia

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

Livonia Dispensary Laws

Dispensaries, recreational and medical, are banned from operating in the City of Livonia.

Recreational Laws in Livonia

While cannabis establishments are banned in Livonia, the city’s restriction does not prohibit recreational cannabis possession, cultivation, and use by persons of legal age. The provisions to use, cultivate, and possess cannabis are defined under the Michigan Taxation and Regulation of Marihuana Act, also called Proposal 1. Pursuant to Proposal 1:

  • Individuals aged 21 or older are the only category of persons permitted to possess or use cannabis

  • Adults aged 21 or older in Livonia are allowed to have 2.5 ounces of cannabis

  • The cultivation of up to 12 marijuana plants, with a limit of 10 ounces from the harvest, is legal, but the cultivation must be done in secure, private locations

  • The sale and possession of cannabis to minors are illegal

  • Cannabis smoking or use in public is unlawful. It is also illegal to carry cannabis in places frequented by children, such as schools or school buses

  • It is illegal to possess and use cannabis in places that fall under federal jurisdiction rather than state law. Such places include airports and government buildings

  • Operating machinery or driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal

  • Transporting marijuana across state lines is unlawful

Medical Cannabis Laws in Livonia

Medical cannabis is legal in Livonia even though residents cannot obtain medical cannabis products in the city due to the city’s ban on medical marijuana dispensaries. The Michigan Compassionate Care Initiative does not allow cities to restrict the use and possession of medical cannabis by qualified persons. According to the initiative:

  • Persons with approved medical conditions must be registered under the Michigan medical marijuana program (MMMP) to qualify for medical marijuana use. The approved conditions under the MMMP are:

    • Parkinson’s Disease

    • Cerebral Palsy

    • Arthritis

    • Chronic Pain

    • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    • Agitation of Alzheimer’s Disease

    • Tourette’s Disease

    • AIDS

    • Colitis

    • Autism

    • HIV Positive

    • Spinal Cord Injury

    • Nail Patella

    • Cancer

    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    • Crohn’s Disease

    • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    • Glaucoma

    • Ulcerative Colitis

    • Hepatitis C

    • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    • A debilitating or chronic condition or its treatment 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

  • Minors can also use medical cannabis if they have qualifying conditions but must designate adult caregivers to obtain medical cannabis on their behalf

  • The home cultivation of up to 12 cannabis plants for personal medical use is permitted. Cultivated marijuana plants must be grown in an enclosed, secure area inaccessible to the public. The plants must not be visible to the public except by an unaided eye

  • The possession of up to 2.5 ounces of medical cannabis is legal. A caregiver can also possess 2.5 ounces of cannabis per patient. A caregiver can also be a patient and be designated by up to five other patients

  • Medical cannabis use in public places is illegal

  • Employers are not obligated to accommodate marijuana use in workplaces or for employees to work while under the influence of cannabis. Hence, employers may terminate an employee who tests positive for marijuana even if cannabis use occurred off-duty and the person has a valid medical marijuana card

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Livonia

You must apply to enroll in the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program before you may obtain a medical marijuana card. Before you may apply to the program, you must be a resident of Livonia and get a written certification from a physician licensed to practice medicine in the State of Michigan. The certification must state that you have one of the approved conditions and be issued by a Doctor or Medicine or Osteopathy approved under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP). If you are applying as a minor patient, you are required to get certifications from two physicians instead of one physician if you are an adult patient.

After obtaining your written certification, you may complete the application for the medical marijuana card online or by mail. To complete the application online, visit the Michigan LARA Accela Portal. You may review the MMMP Instructions Guide to complete an online application. To submit your application by mail, you need to submit the following:

  • A completed application form

  • A medical marijuana certification form

  • Proof of Livonia residency

  • A copy of your Michigan driver's license, an ID issued by the Secretary of State in Michigan, or a signed voter registration. If a voter registration ID is provided, you must submit a copy of a government-issued document containing your name and date of birth

  • A $40 application fee

Submit to:

Michigan Medical Marijuana Program

P.O. Box 30083

Lansing, MI 48909

After a few weeks after the approval of your application, you will get a medical marijuana card issued under the MMMP. See the patient application guideline on the MMMP website for more information on getting a medical marijuana card in Livonia.

Where is it Legal to Consume Cannabis in Livonia?

Persons qualified to consume cannabis in Livonia are permitted to do so only on properties, as the public consumption of cannabis is illegal.

How to Buy Cannabis at a Livonia Dispensary

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

The Average Price in Livonia

Cannabis is not sold in the city.

Most Popular Strains in Livonia

Cannabis may not be sold in Livonia as its use is not yet popular in the city.

Can You Smoke in Public in Livonia?

No. It is illegal to smoke in public locations in Livonia.

How Much Marijuana Can You Possess at Once in Livonia?

Michigan law permits adults aged 21 on older in Livonia to have the following:

  • 2.5 ounces of cannabis in public

  • 10 ounces of cannabis at home, including harvest from the home-cultivated plants

  • 15 grams of concentrated marijuana

  • 12 cannabis plants at home

Medical marijuana patients:

  • 36 liquid ounces of cannabis-infused products

  • 0.53 ounces of cannabis concentrates

  • 16 ounces of solid-form cannabis products

  • 2.5 ounces of marijuana flower

  • 12 cannabis plants

Can I Ship Cannabis in Livonia?

No. Shipping cannabis in Livonia across state lines is illegal under federal law. Note that federal law guides interstate transport and deems cannabis as a prohibited drug.

Can I Order Cannabis Online in Livonia?

No. You cannot order cannabis online in Livonia, as there are no dispensaries in the city.

Are there 24-hour Dispensaries in Livonia?

No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in Livonia. Cannabis dispensary operations are expressly prohibited in the city.

Can Tourists Use Dispensaries in Livonia?

There are no marijuana retail outlets in Livonia.

Do You Need ID for Dispensary in Livonia?

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

Best Dispensaries in Livonia

There are no dispensaries in Livonia.

Do Dispensaries Scan your ID in Livonia?

You cannot visit a cannabis dispensary in Livonia as there are no such establishments in the city.

How Many Dispensaries are in Livonia?

The Livonia Code of Ordinances does not approve the operation of cannabis dispensaries within the city limits.

Can Dispensaries in Livonia Take Credit Cards?

Livonia has not permitted any dispensaries to operate within its borders.

How Many Dispensaries Can You Visit in One Day?

You cannot visit a cannabis dispensary in Livonia as there are no retail outlets there.

Do Dispensaries in Livonia Take Health Insurance?

Cannabis dispensaries do not exist in Livonia.

Do Dispensaries in Livonia Track How Much Weed You Buy?

There are no cannabis dispensaries in the City of Livonia.

Can You Enter a Dispensary in Livonia at Age 18?

There are no dispensaries in Livonia.

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

The Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) regulates cannabis activities in the City of Livonia. You can contact the agency using the information on the contact area of the CRA page.

How Do I Report Illegal Cannabis Activities in Livonia?

You may report illegal cannabis activities in Livonia to the Cannabis Regulatory Agency through its Enforcement Division at:

Cannabis Regulatory Agency

Enforcement Division

P.O. Box 30205

Lansing, MI 48909

Phone Number: (517) 284-8599


You can also file complaints via the CRA Online Complaint System or the Livonia Police Department at (734) 466-2470. The Livonia Police Department also allows persons to submit a drug-related tip online.