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2022 SEED Grant

If you do not have web grants account at this time, you are not eligible to apply. All web grant registrants have until Dec. 23, 2022 to finish their SEED Grant application. See below for more information.
The City of Portland’s Cannabis Program oversees all regulatory, licensing, compliance, community impact, and equity initiatives for the City’s legal cannabis industry, both medical and adult-use.
This page contains information and resources for your City of Portland’s cannabis license application process.
This page outlines the process for how to report Cannabis concerns and complaints.
The Cannabis Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) is designed to support businesses and employees who were directly impacted by vandalism, crime, and other related events.
Join the City of Portland, cannabis business owners, policy makers and advocates to celebrate our community and acknowledge the advancements we have made for the city!
On Sept. 26, 2018, the City of Portland voted to create a Reduced Fee Program to help small cannabis businesses and those directly impacted by cannabis prohibition. Businesses that qualify will receive a fee reduction when paying for their City of Portland Marijuana Regulatory License.

Civic Portal

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This page will direct you to the online licensing system for the City of Portland's Cannabis and Liquor programs.
Find records related to development on private property and other records maintained by Development Services. Receive code enforcement records, land use review records, permit records, liquor license and cannabis business records, and more.
Portland City Code 14B.130 requires medical dispensaries and marijuana retailers to be at least 1,000 feet from K-12 schools. The code also requires 1,000 feet from retailers to other retailers.
The Cannabis Program is excited to offer online licensing through our new online system!

SEED Initiatives

SEED Initiatives is the first program in the country to fund equity-centered community investment grants from local cannabis tax revenue.

SEED Uploads

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SEED Grant Recipients Uploads

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