While recreational and medical marijuana are legal in Kent, it is illegal to deliver weed to anyone in the city. The Kent City Code expressly bans the sale of cannabis in all the city's zoning districts. In compliance with Washington State marijuana laws, every marijuana sale or purchase must happen on licensed dispensaries’ premises.
No, medical marijuana delivery is illegal in Kent. Although medical cannabis use is permitted under Washington State laws, Section 15.08.500 of the Kent City Code prohibits the sale of cannabis in all the city's zoning districts. Similarly, Initiative-692, the Washington State Medical Marijuana Act, makes no provision for medical marijuana delivery.
No, delivering recreational weed in Kent is illegal per the City Code. Also, Washington State Initiative-502 requires all adult-use cannabis sales to be completed on licensed dispensaries' premises.
Kent residents can order marijuana products online or by phone from Washington State-licensed dispensaries outside the city. However, in line with state laws, none of these dispensaries can deliver cannabis in Kent, and residents must visit their physical locations to pick up their orders.
It is illegal to order marijuana for delivery in Kent, regardless of the amount involved.
No individual, irrespective of age or status, can order weed for delivery in Kent because no weed delivery service can operate legally anywhere in Washington State.
It is illegal to provide weed delivery services in Kent.
No individuals or entities are approved to operate weed delivery services in Washington State. Hence, finding any in Kent or other parts of the state is impossible.
Weed cannot be delivered to anyone in Kent. The actual sale of marijuana products must occur on the premises of licensed dispensaries.