Per Illinois law, Evanston prohibits the delivery of medical and recreational marijuana. Medical marijuana patients with registry IDs must visit dispensaries in person to order cannabis prescribed to them. Recreational marijuana consumers must also make their purchases in person at dispensaries.
No, Evanston does not allow the delivery of medical marijuana to qualifying patients in the city, per the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act. Medical marijuana patients must make their purchases in person at dispensaries or place online orders for pickup.
No, the delivery of recreational marijuana is illegal in Evanston because Illinois cannabis law prohibits weed delivery.
Yes, Evanston residents can order weed online from the city's only dispensary. However, because Illinois law prohibits the delivery of marijuana to customers' addresses, all cannabis orders must be picked up in-store or at designated curbsides.
It is impossible to order any amount of weed for delivery in Evanston as Illinois law prohibits marijuana dispensaries from delivering to customers.
No. Weed delivery is illegal under Illinois law.
Illinois law does not allow for the licensing of weed delivery services.
There are no weed delivery services in Evanston or any other city in Illinois.
No. Weed delivery is not permitted in Evanston.