BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ ACTIONS REGARDING CANNABIS:
The Board of Supervisors convene most Tuesdays. From time to time at these meetings, the Board may consider items related to cannabis, including ordinance amendments, policy changes, reports and analyses. The public is entitled to speak about items the Board is considering, including those related to cannabis.
You can review the Board’s meeting agendas here.
MOTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:
Adoption of Ordinance No. 348.4423, prohibiting medical marijuana dispensaries in all zone classifications. October 17, 2006 (Item #3-54)
Adoption of Ordinance No. 348.4802, clarifying that marijuana cultivation is prohibited in all zone classifications. May 19, 2015 (Item 16-2)
Adoption of Ordinance 925, declaring cultivation to be prohibited and a public nuisance. Also, included limited exemptions. June 2, 2015 (Item # 3-26)
Adoption of Ordinance 928, clarifying the County’s prohibition on mobile marijuana dispensaries and marijuana deliveries. December 15, 2015 (Item # 3-45)
Board workshop to discuss the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMSA) – Proposition 64. March 21, 2017 (Item #18, Part 1, Part 2)
Board adopted an order initiation preparations of amendments to Ordinance No. 348, 671, 925, and 928, as well as possible additional amendments to other County ordinances, or drafting a new ordinance, to establish a regulatory framework for cannabis businesses and cannabis activities. August 29, 2017 (Item #3.7)
Public Hearing on Ordinance No. 348.4862, 866.1, 925.1, and 928.1 Clarifying the County’s Existing Cannabis Prohibitions. August 29, 2017 (Item #17.7)
Public Hearing on Ordinance No. 348.4898 (formally known as Ordinance No. 348.4862), establishes regulations and development standards for cannabis activities within the unincorporated areas of the County of Riverside. Board of Supervisors - Public Hearing on Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
Draft Cannabis Ordinance Documents:
MOTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION:
Public Hearing on Ordinance No. 348.4862, establishes regulations and development standards for cannabis activities within the unincorporated areas of the County of Riverside. June 20, 2018 (Item #4.1) and continued to July 18, 2018 (Item #3.1)