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  • OHA, OLCC file rules banning flavored vaping sales, including online

    Rules put into effect Governor’s executive order aimed at reducing youth use

    The Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission filed temporary rules that put into effect Gov. Kate Brown’s Oct. 4 executive order banning all flavored vaping product sales in the state. The temporary rules, which will remain in effect for six months starting Oct. 15, prohibit the sale of all flavored vaping products—including online sales—to consumers in Oregon. The ban covers all tobacco and cannabis (marijuana and hemp) vaping products that contain natural or artificial flavors including, but not limited to, chocolate, coffee, cocoa, menthol, mint, wintergreen, vanilla, honey, coconut, licorice, nuts, fruit, any candy, dessert, alcoholic or non‐alcoholic beverage, herb or spice. Tobacco‐flavored tobacco or nicotine products, as well as marijuana‐flavored marijuana or THC products that use only marijuana‐derived flavorings, including terpenes, are not included in the ban.

    OHA, OLCC News Release

    Rules: OAR 845-025-2805; OAR 845-025-5760

     
     
     
     
     



Recreational Marijuana Licensing Public/Consumer Resources

Marijuana License and Worker Permit Application Statistics

Up-to-date report of applications received for marijuana licenses and marijuana worker permits.
 

Marijuana Licenses
All License Types
Approved Marijuana Licenses (PDF)
Approved Marijuana Licenses (Excel)

Licensed Retailers
Approved Marijuana Licensed Retailers (PDF)
Approved Marijuana Licensed Retailers (Excel)


 

Online Application & Forms for Recreational Marijuana License
Online Application
Licensing Forms and Documents


 

 

 

 

Oregon Cannabis Tracking System Data
The market trend data should be considered a "snapshot in time." This data from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission is produced from Metrc, Oregon's Cannabis Tracking System, based on information entered by licensees. Currently, this data is posted monthly. In the near future, the OLCC plans to provide data that​ approaches "real-time," including wholesale and retail prices.


 

Control Study
Control Study Certification Form
The Control Study form updated January 1, 2019 to reflect new administrative rule 333-007-0440.  Control Studies certified under old rules can continue to be used until the expiration date listed on the certified control study.  Guidance on the new Control Study rules can be found here, and examples of completed control studies can be found here.


 


 

 

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.


 


 


 

Pesticides (Dept. of Agriculture - ODA)
ODA's Marijuana Overview
Cannabis and Pesticides
ODA News Release: ODA issues stop sale and removal orders on 12 horticultural products
ODA, OHA, OLCC Guidance on Pesticide Use
ODA Pesticide Advisory: Azatin
ODA Pesticide Advisory: Neemix

ODA, OHA, OLCC: Request for information regarding use of pyrethins and/or piperonyl butoxide



Taxes (Dept. of Revenue)
Dept. of Revenue News Release on Marijuana Tax
Marijuana Tax Implementation Timeline
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Secretary of State IT Audit

OLCC's Written Response to IT Audit​
News Release


 

Map of Recreational Marijuana Retailers and Laboratories
An interactive map of OLCC-licensed marijuana retailers and testing laboratories,  including boundaries of cities and counties, including those that prohibit some or all recreational marijuana license types. 

 


 


 


Recreational Marijuana Sales
Marijuana Licensed Retailers (PDF)
Marijuana Licensed Retailers (Excel)

Marijuana Retail Sale Limits (PDF)

Marijuana Minor Decoy Operation Reports

Free ID Checking Classes 


State Agencies Regulating Marijuana
This infographic shows which state agency to contact with your questions about marijuana in Oregon. 

State Resources by Topic - Infographic 

 

 


 

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.

Fact Sheet - Consumption, Gifting, and Giveaways


 

Medical Marijuana (Oregon Health Authority)
Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP)
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Directory 
Medical Marijuana Concentration Limits
Medical Marijuana Program Implementation Timeline
Temporary Ban on Flavored Vaping Products



Energy Resources
Energy Trust of Oregon offers licensed growers free technical services and cash incentives for the installation of energy-efficient equipment at new and existing grow facilities.

PGE: Get the Most from Your Grow Operation

 
 
 
 
Poison Control Help
Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222