No. You cannot yet purchase adult-use marijuana from a cannabis outlet in New Rochelle, as there are no dispensaries in the city. Cannabis sales are legal in New York and permitted in New Rochelle, but, as of 2023, no businesses have yet been licensed to operate in the city. The Office of Cannabis Management lists licensed dispensaries in the state on its website and updates the list regularly.
No. There are no medical marijuana retailers in the City of New Rochelle. Although there are over 35 licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in New York, none are in New Rochelle. The New York Office of Cannabis Management lists approved medical marijuana dispensaries in the state on its website.
No. As there are no licensed dispensaries in New Rochelle, you cannot purchase cannabis online from cannabis retailers in the city.
There are presently no dispensaries in New Rochelle, but when such establishments open in the city, anyone with a valid government-issued ID proving they are 21 or older will be able to enter an adult-use dispensary per state law. However, only individuals with valid New York State-issued medical marijuana cards will be permitted to enter and purchase medical cannabis from medical marijuana dispensaries.
There are no dispensaries yet in New Rochelle. However, potential dispensaries in the city are required to obtain a business license from the Office of Cannabis Management in New York before commencing operations in the city. Adult-use dispensaries may only sell recreational cannabis to persons aged 21 or older, while medical marijuana dispensaries may only sell to individuals with active New York medical marijuana cards. No consumption may happen on site except in the consumption areas of dispensaries with valid consumption lounge licenses.
In 2021, the New York Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA) passed into law, making recreational cannabis use legal in the City of New Rochelle and other New York State locations. The MRTA permits adults 21 years of age or older to purchase, possess, and transport specific quantities of cannabis.
According to the MRTA, New Rochelle adults are allowed to possess up to 85 grams of marijuana and 24 grams of concentrates. They are also permitted to consume cannabis in their private homes and residences and share it with other adults 21 years of age or older, as long as possession limits are not exceeded, and no barter or remuneration is involved. In addition, adults of legal age are allowed to cultivate up to six cannabis plants, of which three may be mature, and three may be immature, in their home for personal recreational use. The cultivation of a maximum of 12 plants, of which six may be mature and six may be immature, is permitted per household.
The MRTA also prohibits certain activities, such as the transportation of cannabis across state lines, selling cannabis without the proper license, and driving or operating a motor vehicle while impaired from cannabis use. Additionally, cannabis possession is not permitted on federal lands, parks, or buildings. Employers in New Rochelle may also enforce policies restricting cannabis consumption in workplaces.
In New Rochelle, medical marijuana is legal for specific categories of persons and under certain conditions. The Compassionate Care Act, signed into law in 2014, established the legal framework for medical marijuana use in the state. According to this law, patients diagnosed with qualifying medical conditions, such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, or multiple sclerosis, can use medical marijuana as a treatment option. To be eligible for medical marijuana use, patients must be certified by registered healthcare practitioners authorized to recommend medical marijuana.
Under the Compassionate Care Act, Registered Organizations licensed by the New York Department of Health are authorized to grow, process, and sell medical marijuana in New York State. Only medical cannabis purchases made from Registered Organizations are legal.
New Rochelle patients registered with the New York State medical marijuana program are allowed to possess a 60-day supply of medical marijuana, as determined by their healthcare practitioner. The use of medical marijuana is not allowed in public places and can only be consumed in private residences.
In New Rochelle, registered patients can grow cannabis for medicinal use at their residences or the residences of their caregivers. They can grow up to three mature and three immature marijuana plants for personal use. However, the plants must not be visible to the public and must be in enclosed and locked areas. Landlords in New Rochelle are prohibited from penalizing patients or caregivers who engage in lawful medicinal marijuana activity.
By applying online via the MY.NY.gov website, you can obtain a medical marijuana card in New Rochelle. However, before you commence the application process, you must fulfill the eligibility conditions under the New York State medical marijuana program. Under the program, applicants are required to be New York state residents and get certifications for medical cannabis use from approved New York State healthcare practitioners. You can use a list of approved practitioners maintained by the New York State Health Department to find healthcare providers certified to issue medical cannabis recommendations. Note that this list is not an exhaustive one.
Upon creating an account on the my.ny.gov website, log in to your profile on the system and select MCDMS under the health applications tab to commence your application. You must provide proof of identity, age, residency, and medical marijuana certification. A temporary New Rochelle resident may submit a hospital bill, lease paperwork, or utility bill as proof of residence in the city.
Once your medical marijuana application has been approved, the state Department of Health will issue you a temporary registration card via the application portal. When used in conjunction with a valid government-issued ID, this temporary card will allow you to purchase medicinal cannabis. Your permanent medical marijuana card will be sent to you by mail in two weeks or less.
To obtain further information regarding obtaining a medical marijuana card in the City of New Rochelle, you may reach out to the New York State Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the Office at (888) 626-5151.
Cannabis use is legal when done out of public view on private properties. Note that state law permits New Rochelle employers and landlords to restrict cannabis use in workplaces and on their properties.
You cannot yet purchase cannabis at a New Rochelle Dispensary as there are no licensed dispensaries in the city.
There are presently no licensed cannabis retailers in New Rochelle.
No businesses have been approved to sell marijuana in New Rochelle.
No. Smoking in public places is illegal in New Rochelle.
Under the New York Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA), individuals 21 years or older in New Rochelle are legally allowed to possess up to 85 grams of cannabis or 24 grams of concentrated cannabis. Additionally, individuals registered as medical cannabis patients may possess a 60-day supply of medicinal cannabis as allowed by law.
No, shipping cannabis into New Rochelle across state lines is prohibited. However, you may bring cannabis products bought in other parts of New York State into the city.
Although there are currently no dispensaries in the city, you may order cannabis online from other New York locations where licensed cannabis dispensaries exist.
There are currently no 24-hour dispensaries in New Rochelle.
There are no dispensaries in New Rochelle. However, New York law permits tourists to use recreational cannabis dispensaries but only allows persons with active New York medical marijuana cards to use medical marijuana dispensaries in the state.
Although there are no pot stores in the city, state law requires visitors to recreational dispensaries to have valid government-issued IDs proving they are of legal age (21 or older). Also, medical cannabis buyers must have valid New York-issued medical marijuana cards.
There are no dispensaries in the city.
Although no dispensaries exist in the city, New York dispensaries typically scan customers' IDs to ensure cannabis purchases are made by persons of legal ages and identities.
There are presently no medical and recreational dispensaries in New Rochelle.
There are no authorized cannabis retailers in New Rochelle.
There are presently no dispensaries to visit in New Rochelle.
New Rochelle is currently not home to any cannabis dispensaries.
State law requires dispensaries to track sales; however, there are no dispensaries in New Rochelle.
While there are no dispensaries established in the city, state law requires recreational cannabis dispensary visitors to be 21 or older and medical cannabis dispensary visitors to be 18 or older.
The state OCM (Office of Cannabis Management) regulates cannabis activities in New Rochelle. You may contact the OCM by email at email@example.com or by phone at (888) 626-5151.
You may report illegal cannabis activities to the New Rochelle Police Department or the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM). To contact the city police department, call (914) 654-2300.