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  • Public Hearing Notice: OLCC Proposes to Permanently Adopt Recreational Marijuana Rules
    The OLCC will hold a Public Hearing to permanently adopt Division 25 rules for Recreational Marijuana, on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at OLCC's headquarters, 9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Portland, 97222.

    Public Hearing Notice
  • OLCC Approves Recreational Marijuana Licenses
    The OLCC has approved eight Recreational Marijuana producer licenses, the first licenses issued under Oregon’s legalized recreational marijuana system.

    “These licensees reflect the pioneering spirit Oregon is known for,” said Rob Patridge, OLCC Chair. “They come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences and possess the entrepreneurial spirit of this industry.”

    News Release
  • OLCC Accepting Recreational Marijuana License Applications
    OLCC is now accepting applications for Recreational Marijuana Licenses. 

    ospective applicants are encouraged to use reference materials and tools available on this website to ensure their application is accurately submitted.

    Apply online here:
Recreational Marijuana Licensing Public/Consumer Resources

Marijuana License Application Statistics
Up-to-date report of applications received, organized by county of the proposed premises. Also includes a summary of total license applications.

Recreational Marijuna Licensing Timeline
Important dates and milestones for implementation.


Online Application & Forms for Recreational Marijuana License
OLCC is now accepting recreational marijuana license applications through the online licensing system.
Online Application
Licensing Forms and Documents 


Business Readiness Guidebook for Oregon Recreational Marijuana Operations
The guidebook is intended to provide applicants and licensees with knowledge and tools for establishing and operating OLCC-licensed recreational marijuana businesses.

Cities/Counties Prohibiting Licensed Recreational Marijuana Facilities
The list of cities or counties that have prohibited the establishment of licensed recreational marijuana producers, processors, wholesalers, and/or retailers.

Cannabis Tracking System (Franwell Metrc)
The OLCC will partner with Franwell Metrc to provide workshops and small group training sessions on the CTS in February 2016. Franwell Metrc will also provide ongoing webinar training to OLCC Recreational Marijuana Licensees.
Register for a Workshop


Pesticides (Dept. of Agriculture - ODA)
ODA's Marijuana Overview
Cannabis and Pesticides
ODA News Release for Marijuana Pesticide Guidelist

Taxes (Dept. of Revenue)
Dept. of Revenue News Release on Marijuana Tax
Marijuana Tax Implementation Timeline



Recreational Marijuana Sales
Limited amounts of recreational marijuana (flower and dry leaf products, plants, and seeds) are now available for purchase through medical marijuana dispensaries to adults 21 and older. The Oregon Health Authority has regulatory oversight of recreational marijuana sales through medical dispensaries.
Registered Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
Frequently Asked Questions About Early Sales

What's Legal: Educate Before You Recreate
Recreational marijuana is now legal in Oregon. Adults 21 and older can legally possess and use recreational marijuana, but there are limits. It's important to know what's legal and what's not. Go to whatslegaloregon.com for more information.

Medical Marijuana (Oregon Health Authority)
Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP)
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program (MMJ)
Medical Marijuana Concentration Limits
Medical Marijuana Program Implementation Timeline

Job Opportunities

Find current OLCC job announcements, along with those of other State of Oregon agencies, on www.oregon.gov/jobs.