Cannabis delivery is on its way to Aurora, CO.
The Aurora City Council first considered an ordinance permitting marijuana delivery back in mid-November, and on Tuesday, December 8th, the council voted 8-2 to move forward with the proposal.
The ordinance would permit licensed businesses to deliver recreational pot products to residential addresses in Aurora – as well as surrounding municipalities allowing marijuana delivery. However, deliveries would only be allowed between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 p.m., and daily purchasing limits are capped at one ounce of marijuana, 800 milligram THC edibles, and 8 grams of concentrate.
How Was Marijuana Delivery Approved in Aurora, Colorado?
The proposal, which will be brought to a second vote on December 21st, comes following a bill passed by Colorado legislature back in 2019, allowing local governments in the state to decide if they want to opt in to marijuana delivery. While Boulder, Superior and Longmouth have all since opted into the plan, they’ve only approved the delivery of medical marijuana products thus far.
Aurora’s move to approve recreational cannabis delivery comes alongside a similar push by its neighbor Denver. The…