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The Gateway to the Rockies has something for everyone, whether you want a safe place to live or an exciting vacation destination. As a home-rule city, Aurora has an independent local government from the surrounding counties. The city only allows retail marijuana stores to operate within its jurisdiction.
If you want to look for dispensaries in the surrounding area, Adams County permits only retail cannabis sales, as well. Arapahoe and Douglas County don’t allow marijuana sales at all. However, the nearby city of Denver has both medical and retail sales. Find a recreational dispensary in the area using our listings above.
Colorado has legal medical and recreational marijuana. So, you can find both retail and medical marijuana dispensaries throughout the state. But, local governments decide if they can do business in their area. Aurora allows retail stores only, where anyone over 21 can make a purchase.
The city’s rules affect access for certain patients. Patients under 21 can’t shop at retail dispensaries — even if they have a medical card from the state. Also, you must pay higher taxes on recreational purchases than medical items. If you prefer to pay less for your medicine or don’t have a 21+ ID, you may want to go to Denver to use your patient card at a medical dispensary.
Medical marijuana centers in Colorado don’t accept medicinal cannabis cards from other states. So, even if you bring a patient ID from home, you can’t legally medicate under 21. However, patients over 21 who can’t use marijuana medicine in their home states can find relief from recreational products. Many products sold at retail stores still relieve symptoms — they just don’t come in higher doses or concentrations of certain cannabinoids.
Find a dispensary in the Aurora area using our listings above. If you have questions about cannabis medicine, visit a marijuana-positive doctor near you.