The DCC is currently accepting comments
Notice of modifications of proposed text for large cultivation licenses and conversion to large and medium licenses regulations
DCC is providing notice to the public of modifications to the proposed regulatory action to adopt regulations to implement, interpret, and make specific requirements for obtaining a Large Cultivation License under MAUCRSA and to create a pathway for existing licensees to convert to a Large Cultivation License once the license type becomes available on January 1, 2023. The proposed regulations would also provide a pathway for existing licensees to convert to Medium Cultivation Licenses once the limitation on the number of such licenses that may be held by the same owner expires on January 1, 2023. These modifications provide changes to the text of regulations previously noticed to the public on June 17, 2022.
View the notice of modifications to proposed text and modified text of regulations below:
- Notice of modifications to proposed text of regulations – large cultivation licenses and conversion to large and medium licenses
- Modified text of regulations – large cultivation licenses and conversion to large and medium licenses
How to submit a public comment
The DCC is currently accepting comments on the modifications to the proposed text of regulations. Any interested person, or the interested person’s authorized representative, may submit written comments relevant to the proposed regulatory action to the DCC. Please limit your comments to the modifications to the text.
All comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on September 15, 2022. We’ve created a public comment template to make it easy for you submit your feedback. You can submit comments by mail or email.
Send your comment to DCC, and reference the rulemaking topic (“Modifications to Large Cultivation License and Conversions Regulations”):
- By mail: DCC Legal Affairs Division, 2920 Kilgore Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
- By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Department of Cannabis Control
The Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) licenses and regulates commercial cannabis activity within California. DCC works closely with all stakeholders, including businesses and local jurisdictions, to create a sustainable legal cannabis industry and a safe and equitable marketplace. DCC develops and implements progressive cannabis policies with robust protections for public health, safety and the environment. DCC was recently formed by merging the three state cannabis programs.
Learn more at: https://cannabis.ca.gov/