Medical Marijuana Application Submittal Process
- Application packets will be available online at fcgov.com/mmj and in the City Clerk's Office beginning January 2, 2013.
- Applications will be accepted by appointment only. NO EXCEPTIONS!
- Applications will not be accepted unless they are complete. Incomplete applications will be returned to the applicant and another appointment must be made to re-submit.
- Applications for Center licenses will initially be accepted only from previous licenseholders whose licenses were in good standing with the City on November 1, 2011.
- Previous licenseholders will have 90 days from the date applications are made available to submit a complete application. The deadline for previous licenseholders is April 2, 2013.
- The first appointments to submit applications will be available on January 29, 30, and 31 from 2-4 p.m. in half-hour increments. Additional appointment times have been set aside in February and March.
- Appointments can be scheduled beginning January 15 by calling 221.6515 (please do not call prior to January 15).
- If less than 10 previous licenseholders submit Center applications by the April 2 deadline, the application process will be opened to new applicants. Details regarding a subsequent round of applications will be made available at a later date.
- All applications received from previous licenseholders will be fully processed before additional applications will be accepted.
Optional Premises Cultivation Operations
and Medical Marijuana-infused Product Manufacturers
- Applications for Optional Premises Cultivation Operations and for Medical Marijuana-infused Product Manufacturers will be accepted by appointment only beginning January 29.
- Appointments can be scheduled after January 15 by calling 221.6515 (please do not call prior to January 15). Additional appointment times will be posted as needed.
Staff cannot provide any legal advice, including whether or not a business model may or may not work in Fort Collins. Please read the ordinances and consult your own attorney. Staff also cannot direct you to local businesses for purchase.