Napa City Council Set To Vote On Allowing Adult-Use Retail Cannabis Sales In Napa

“In Napa, there really hasn’t been high enough demand for medical”

An ordinance amendment allowing adult-use retail cannabis sales in Napa is headed toward the final step of Napa City Council approval Tuesday evening.

Napa currently only permits medical sales of cannabis, which means customers are required to have a physician-approved medical card to purchase cannabis products. Under adult-use retail rules, anyone age 21 or older can purchase cannabis products by showing identification.

California legalized recreational cannabis in 2016 after 57% of voters — and 61% of voters in Napa County — voted to approve Proposition 64.  But most California cities, like Napa, still don’t allow adult-use cannabis sales.

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