No. With adult-use marijuana still illegal in the whole of Oklahoma, selling recreational cannabis is a prohibited act in the City of Moore. The city issues no permit or license for any entity or business to set up a retail store within its jurisdiction to sell adult-use marijuana.
Yes. In accordance with Section 8-1203 of the Moore Municipal Code, medical marijuana dispensaries are allowed to locate within the municipal boundaries of the city. Medical marijuana businesses are permitted only to be located within the following zoning districts in Moore:
C-2, Neighborhood Commercial District
C-3, General Commercial District
C-4, Planned Shopping Center District
C-5, Automotive and Commercial Recreation District
C-6, Central Business District
I-1, Light Industrial District
Yes, you can buy medical marijuana online from Moore medical cannabis dispensaries. You can also order medical cannabis products from other licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma. However, per state rules, you cannot have your cannabis delivered to your address. You must arrange for an in-store or curbside pickup.
Visiting dispensaries in the City of Moore is typically an enjoyable experience for most cannabis lovers. Moore dispensaries offer various medical cannabis products to help visitors get the most out of their cannabis experiences. From beginners to experts, Moore dispensaries offer a broad selection of products ranging from pre-rolls, flowers, tinctures, and concentrates.
Prices of medical cannabis differ from one dispensary to the other in the city, so expect to find slightly varying prices for the products of your choice. Most of the dispensaries in the city have websites allowing customers to preview their product offers before visiting. Customers may even order their products ahead of their visits to save time. Note that cannabis delivery is currently illegal in Oklahoma.
At the dispensary, you will be required to show a valid government ID and an Oklahoma medical marijuana card. Note that the Oklahoma State Department of Health grants out-of-state visitors temporary reciprocity. Therefore, with a temporary medical marijuana license issued by the State of Oklahoma, out-of-state visitors may be able to use Moore medical cannabis dispensaries for a limited period.
Moore dispensaries employ knowledgeable staff who are experienced in cannabis strains, use, and effects and can help visitors make the best purchase choices. The dispensaries will usually require customers to pay for their purchases out of pocket. No buyer may complete a purchase using health insurance or a credit card. ATMs are typically installed on-site to help visitors avoid cash issues through cash withdrawals.
According to state provisions, Moore only permits medical cannabis dispensaries to locate in the city but not recreational cannabis dispensaries. Such businesses are required to comply with the following laws:
No on-site use of cannabis or its derivatives may be permitted
No dispensary may be located within 1,000 feet of a school entrance
A medical cannabis dispensary must obtain a cannabis business license from the State of Oklahoma and a business permit from the City of Moore before commencing operations
No unauthorized access may be allowed into the areas where medical marijuana is stored in a dispensary
No persons without valid Oklahoma-issued medical marijuana cards may be allowed inside a Moore medical cannabis dispensary
Moore cannabis dispensaries must track cannabis sales and inventory
Registered Oklahoma medical cannabis patients under the age of 18 may only be allowed inside a Moore medical cannabis dispensary if they are accompanied by their legal caregivers.
Marijuana remains illegal in Moore as it is elsewhere in Oklahoma. Recreational users of cannabis are not allowed to use, smoke, vape, or possess the substance anywhere in the city. Possessing any quantity of cannabis without a medical marijuana license is punishable by fines and potentially a prison sentence.
The approval of SQ 788 by Oklahoma voters in 2018 made medical marijuana legal in Moore and other jurisdictions in Oklahoma. Unlike other states with a list of qualifying conditions, a patient can use medical cannabis for treating any condition as long as an Oklahoma-certified physician recommends the use of medical cannabis to treat the condition. Typically, patients with conditions like HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, cancer, epilepsy, PTSD, Parkinson's disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis will be issued medical marijuana recommendations.
Under state law, medical cannabis use is legal at home, out of public view, but illegal in public places and on federal property. Driving under the influence of medical cannabis is prohibited. Still, patients may drive with their medical cannabis in their cars as long the drug is out of reach to the driver and passengers and movement does not happen across state lines.
Pursuant to a recent amendment, patients with valid medical cannabis cards are allowed to possess up to:
72 ounces of edible marijuana
8 ounces of marijuana at home
3 ounces of marijuana in public
1 ounce of concentrated marijuana
6 mature cannabis plants cultivated at home
6 immature cannabis plants cultivated at home
Oklahoma medical cannabis laws permit Moore patients registered with the state to designate adult caregivers to grow medical cannabis plants on their behalf. Cultivation, whether done by a patient or caregiver, may not be visible from the street or a public right-of-way.
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) issues 5 types of medical marijuana patient licenses. To obtain an adult patient license, you may apply by creating an account on the OMMA licensing portal. Prior to your application, you must be aged 18 or older and have the following:
Proof of residency in Moore
An acceptable photo ID
A signed physician recommendation form from an authorized physician. You can use the OMMA list to find a physician certified to issue medical marijuana recommendations in Oklahoma
A completed adult patient-physician recommendation form dated within 30 days of application submission
If applicable, your Medicaid enrollment document, Medicare insurance card, or letter from the Veterans Administration or any other federal agency listing your status as 100% disabled
A $100 application fee. If you have acceptable proof of Medicaid or Medicare enrollment, you are eligible to pay a reduced fee of $20. You may pay with a MasterCard, Visa, or Discover credit or debit card
State law mandates that OMMA process applications for patient licenses within 14 business days of the applicant's submission. For applications that are approved, it takes an additional 1-2 business days to print the patient license identification card. Afterward, the OMMA will send your medical marijuana card to your address via first-class mail using the United States Postal Service.
For more information on obtaining a medical marijuana card, visit the application page of the OMMA website or call the OMMA at (405) 522-6662.
It is legal to use medical cannabis in private locations in the City of Moore. Using medical cannabis in public locations and on federal property is illegal.
You can buy cannabis at a Moore dispensary if you have an Oklahoma medical marijuana card and a government-issued ID.
A gram of high-quality cannabis in Moore costs about $13.
These are some of the most popular cannabis strains in Moore:
Super Silver Haze
Ice Cream Cake
Smoking cannabis in public is illegal. Per Section 8-1202 (K) of the Moore Municipal Code, smoking and vaping marijuana is prohibited on all city property, including vehicles, buildings, parks, and other property defined in the Oklahoma Smoking in Public Places and Indoor Workplace Act.
It is illegal to possess any amount of recreational cannabis in the city. Patients registered with the Oklahoma State Department of Health are allowed to have:
3 ounces of marijuana in public
8 ounces of marijuana in your residence
72 ounces of edible marijuana
6 mature marijuana plants
6 immature marijuana plants
1 ounce of concentrated marijuana
You can move cannabis into Moore if you are shipping medical marijuana from another Oklahoma jurisdiction into the city. Such shipment must be kept inside the vehicle away from the passenger and driver. Note that if you intend to ship cannabis from another state into Moore, you are liable to be prosecuted for drug trafficking.
Yes, you can order medical cannabis online in Moore and other Oklahoma-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries. Note that you have to visit the store to pick up your order, as cannabis delivery is not yet legal in the state.
There are no 24-hour marijuana dispensaries in Moore.
Tourists may only use Moore medical marijuana dispensaries if they obtain out-of-state or short-term medical marijuana patients' licenses from the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.
Yes. You require an Oklahoma medical marijuana card and an unexpired government-issued photo ID to purchase medical cannabis in Moore.
Kush House, American Cannabis Company, and Apothecary Farms are leading medical cannabis dispensaries in Moore.
Yes. Moore dispensaries scan customers’ IDs before allowing them in.
There are over 35 medical marijuana dispensaries in Moore.
Cash is not accepted at the dispensaries in Moore. Customers are expected to pay using cash or debit cards.
You may visit multiple Moore dispensaries in a day.
No. Health insurance plans do not cover medical marijuana products.
Yes. In compliance with Oklahoma laws, cannabis sales are tracked at Moore dispensaries.
You can enter a Moore medical marijuana dispensary at 18 if you have an unexpired Oklahoma medical marijuana card and a government-issued ID.
Cannabis activities in the City of Moore are regulated by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). The OMMA can be contacted at:
PO Box 262266
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-2266
Phone: (405) 522-6662
You may report illegal cannabis activities in the city to the Moore Police Department at (405) 793-5171. Alternatively, you may reach out to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority using the agency’s submit a complaint tool.