Report illegal cannabis activity.
On January 1, 2018, California legalized cannabis use by adults 21 and older. All businesses that cultivate, manufacture, distribute, sell and test cannabis in San Francisco must have both a city Cannabis Business Permit and a California license.
All cannabis businesses operating in San Francisco must have a permit to operate. You can apply for a permit now if you are an Equity Applicant, an Equity Incubator, or a pre-existing cannabis business in San Francisco.
New businesses who are verified as Equity Applicants can apply for permits now.
Cannabis businesses that partner with an Equity Applicant can apply for permits now.
We are writing rules and regulations for cannabis business in San Francisco. Many of these are open for public comment before we finalize them.
April 4, 2019
April 2, 2019
Learn what you can and can't do as a cannabis consumer.
A Department of Public Health resource for teens to get answers to cannabis myths.
Meet the people who work in the Office of Cannabis.
City Hall, Room 018
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
1:00 - 5:00 pm
Monday to Friday
Walk-in or by appointment
Bring your questions, not your stash
See City Hall building policies and cannabis possession limits.
The Task Force advises the Office of Cannabis and other departments on cannabis legislation.