The Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) is pleased to announce that DCR staff are now available to provide individual appointments to assist Social Equity Applicants with completing their Social Equity Program Eligibility Verification Applications through our Accela Civic Engagement Portal.
The City of Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) is pleased to announce the release of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) which seeks to retain on-call business development services for the City’s Social Equity Program (SEP).
DCR will accept Social Equity Program (SEP) Eligibility Verification Applications from Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 until Monday, July 29th, 2019.
https://cannabis.lacity.org/licensing/social-equity-program#DCR-Licensing-and-Social-Equity-WorkshopDCR looks forward to hosting our second Social Equity Program- Phase 3 Retail and Delivery Licensing Technical Assistance Workshop in partnership Mayor’s Office, Council President Herb Wesson of Council District 10, and Councilmember Curren Price of Council District 9 on Wednesday, June 5th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Theater located in the Ebony Repertory Theatre. To RSVP for this workshop, please find information in the workshop flyer below.
Read the latest updates to DCR policy, community outreach efforts, the Social Equity Program, and morein this May 24th news bulletin.
If you are planning on celebrating 4/20 this Saturday, please remember that although California legalized cannabis in 2016 -- not every cannabis activity is lawful; and even when following the law, it's just as important to practice responsible behavior. For more information about what’s legal and how to stay responsible, please check out these two videos, courtesy of our friends at LACityview35.
As the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation, I want to thank you for your interest in, and engagement with, the City’s cannabis related policies and programs and our administration of the Rules and Regulations adopted by the City Council for licensed commercial cannabis businesses within the City of Los Angeles.
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For Phase 2 applicants without Temporary Approval, a policy allowing relocation of business premises is now in place.