Not to be confused with the nearby city of Prescott, Arizona, Prescott Valley has a mild climate, low cost of living and many natural attractions. If you plan to visit or move to Prescott Valley, you should know where to get your medical marijuana. New patients living in the area also benefit from knowing about local providers.
Prescott Valley allows dispensary operation as long as it follows zoning regulations. Learn more about dispensaries in the region.
You’ll find Prescott City in Yavapai County. This part of Arizona has contradicting medical cannabis activities and attitudes. The county’s webpage indicates that officials view marijuana medicine negatively. Yet, the county had the highest number of registered patients per capita in 2016. If you plan to travel to a city in Yavapai County, carefully research nearby dispensaries.
Need results showing dispensaries in both Prescott Valley and Prescott? Enter a Prescott Valley zip code above and choose a distance of 25 miles.
Arizona only allows patients to grow their medication if they live over 25 miles away from the nearest dispensary. Depending on where you live, you may not have the option to raise plants even if you can’t make the trip. Patients without the ability to visit a dispensary can appoint a caregiver. This caregiver can buy medication on your behalf.
While the Department of Health Services doesn’t directly manage dispensaries, you will need their approval before you can become an employee. The dispensary you apply to will handle most of the paperwork, so you must consult them first. If you get hired, you will submit fingerprints and ID documents.
Our physician directory has listings of doctors happy to help you get your recommendation. Then, choose a dispensary near you from the list above.