Although the City of Davenport allows persons registered with the Iowa medical cannabidiol program to buy CBD and low-THC products, there are no provisions for the home delivery of such products. Furthermore, recreational marijuana is illegal in all Iowa jurisdictions, including Davenport; hence, you cannot find a legal recreational marijuana delivery service in the city.
No. While Davenport residents with medical cannabidiol registration cards under the Iowa medical cannabidiol program can purchase weed products containing no more than 3% THC, dispensaries selling such products are not allowed to offer delivery services. Also, none of the currently licensed dispensaries are located in Davenport.
No. With recreational marijuana not yet legal in Iowa, Davenport does not allow residents or visitors to use any services to receive adult-use marijuana.
You may only order weed products with low THC content (up to 3%) online for pickup in Davenport. With none of Iowa’s five licensed dispensaries located in Davenport, you must visit other cities (Iowa City, Council Bluffs, Waterloo, Windsor Heights, or Sioux City) to pick up your order.
No quantity of weed may be ordered online for delivery as delivery of low-THC weed is not allowed under the Iowa Medical Cannabidiol Act. If you want to order weed products online for pickup at any of the 5 licensed dispensary locations, you can order as many products as you wish. Under the Iowa medical cannabidiol program, registered cardholders and caregivers have no possession or purchase limit.
There are no weed delivery services in Davenport.
No dispensary or service is permitted to provide weed delivery service in Davenport.
There are no marijuana delivery services in Davenport.
Since Iowa cannabis law does not currently provide for weed delivery operations, you cannot receive marijuana delivery in the city.