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OMMP Marijuana Tracking Program

OLCC transitioning to Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission

On Monday, August 2, 2021 the OLCC will be officially known as the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission. The Oregon legislature approved the name change to more accurately reflect the work the agency has been doing for the state of Oregon since voters approved Measure 91 in November, 2014.  Letter from OLCC Executive Director Steve Marks

OLCC's Role in Tracking for OMMP

The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) is administered by the Oregon Health Authority. The OLCC administers the state’s cannabis tracking system (CTS) for recreational marijuana licensees as well as OMMP processing sites, OMMP dispensaries, and any OMMP grow site that is registered to produce marijuana for three or more patients. Metrc, the system used to fulfill the CTS requirements, is an online web-based tool used by these operators to perform daily tracking of marijuana inventory.
These webpages provide education and information on the use of CTS as well as additional information on OLCC’s role in administering use of CTS. For information on administration of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program generally, visit the Oregon Health Authority’s OMMP website.

For questions related to:
  • Cannabis tracking system (CTS) rules, specific tracking requirements, or other information related to CTS, contact
  • For record requests, general program information, contact
  • For contact information for the Oregon Health Authority and questions about medical marijuana laws and rules not related to CTS, visit the Oregon Health Authority's Oregon MedicalMarijuana Program website.