Washington State cannabis laws prohibit weed delivery. This, in addition to Federal Way's ban on marijuana-related businesses, makes it illegal to provide or use weed delivery services within the city's limits.
No. Washington's Initiative 692 legalized medical cannabis but made no provision for medical marijuana delivery in any part of the state, including the City of Federal Way. Besides, Section 19.280.010 of the Federal Way Revised Code prohibits all marijuana-related businesses, including the retail sales of medical or recreational cannabis, within its boundaries.
No. All commercial marijuana activities, including recreational marijuana delivery, are prohibited in Federal Way, per Section 19.280.010 of the City Revised Code. Additionally, per Initiative-502, the sale or delivery of recreational cannabis may only be on the premises of Washington State-licensed dispensaries.
Yes. Medical cannabis patients and recreational weed users in Federal Way may order cannabis online from out-of-city dispensaries, but they must pick up their marijuana supplies in person. The City Revised Code expressly prohibits the operation or establishment of any marijuana business, including weed delivery services, within its borders.
It is unlawful to order any amount of marijuana for delivery in Federal Way. State and city laws prohibit weed delivery.
No person, no matter how old, can legally use a weed delivery service in Federal Way.
Weed delivery services are illegal in Federal Way and all other Washington State cities.
There are no weed delivery services in Federal Way. None can legally operate anywhere in Washington State as of early 2024.
Federal Way residents must go to licensed dispensaries outside the city to purchase marijuana products, as the City Revised Code prohibits marijuana businesses within its boundaries. Additionally, Washington State cannabis laws have no provision for weed delivery.