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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 checklists, forms, and other resources you’ll need to apply for a cannabis business license with the City of Portland.
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.
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.

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The Social Equity & Educational Development (SEED) Initiatives is the first program in the United States to integrate equity programming within a cannabis regulatory office.

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