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FAQs: Licensing - Renewals
Q:  How will I know my marijuana license is ready to renew?
A:  You will receive a system generated email sent to the contact email address that the OLCC has on file for your application. The email will instruct you to log in to your marijuana license dashboard.
Q:  How can I renew my recreational marijuana license?
A:  90 days prior to a marijuana license expiring a “renew” button will appear in your online marijuana application dashboard. You will be able to click on that “renew” button to submit your license renewal.
Q:  What is the fee to renew my recreational marijuana license?
A:  A $250 non-refundable application fee plus the annual license fee are due at the time your renewal application is submitted.
Q:  Are there late fees for recreational marijuana license renewals?
A:  Yes - If your renewal application is submitted less than 20 days before your current license expires you will be charged a $150 late fee. If your renewal application is submitted within 30 days after your current license expires you will be charged a $300 late fee.
Q:  Will I be required to complete new licensing forms for my annual renewal?
A:  Yes, the renewal packet for your specific license type can be found here. If additional forms are required they will be requested of you through an action request in your renewal application.
Q:  What is an action request or action needed in the marijuana renewal application?
A:  You may receive an alert through your email that there is an action needed in your pending license renewal application. The action request will show up in red bold text in the section of your renewal application that needs changes. Respond to action needed requests promptly to complete the requested changes.
Q:  I submitted my renewal application, but it hasn’t been approved and my license is about to expire.  Does that mean I have to stop operating at my expiration date?
A:  The OLCC allows licensees who have requested renewal to continue to operate pending a renewal decision by the Commission.  As long as you’ve submitted your renewal application and paid the appropriate fees you can continue to operate until informed otherwise.