Medical marijuana delivery is legal in Provo. However, only licensed medical cannabis pharmacies and medical cannabis courier companies may deliver medical cannabis in the city. Patients or caregivers must be available to receive their weed orders upon delivery as Utah law prohibits cannabis delivery to proxies. Recreational marijuana is illegal in Utah. Consequently, the possession, sale, and delivery of adult-use cannabis is unlawful in Provo.
Medical marijuana delivery is legal in Provo. In 2022, Utah Senate expanded the state’s medical cannabis law through Senate Bill 190 to accommodate medical marijuana deliveries to registered cannabis patients’ residences.
No, Provo does not permit recreational marijuana delivery. Marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance under the Utah Controlled Substances Act. The state prohibits cannabis use, sales, and deliveries for recreational purposes.
Yes. Utah law allows medical cannabis cardholders in Provo to order their prescriptions online from licensed medical cannabis pharmacies. Employees of cannabis pharmacies are responsible for delivering medical marijuana orders to qualifying patients’ residences.
Registered medical cannabis patients can order for delivery up to 113 grams by dry weight of unprocessed cannabis in medicinal form for delivery in Provo.
Qualifying medical marijuana patients must be 18 years or older to use weed delivery services in Provo.
Utah law allows licensed medical cannabis pharmacies and medical cannabis courier companies to provide weed delivery services in Provo. To offer cannabis delivery services to patients, licensed medical cannabis pharmacies must obtain home-delivery medical cannabis licenses from the Utah Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The state’s Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) is tasked with licensing medical cannabis courier services in Utah.
The DHHS provides the Medical Cannabis Pharmacy Locator to help registered cannabis patients find licensed medical marijuana pharmacies near them. Call the nearest dispensaries to your location to ask if they offer delivery services in your neighborhood.
Yes. Utah law requires registered medical marijuana patients to present valid government-issued identification cards and medical marijuana cards in order to receive medical marijuana deliveries. Weed delivery operators may only deliver marijuana orders at the addresses listed on recipients' files on the Electronic Verification System (EVS).