Jersey City Approves Cannabis Zoning, Will Move on Licensing Next Month – Jersey Digs

Jersey City’s planning board approved new zoning governing cannabis businesses during their June 22 meeting. Image via Unsplash.

Marijuana companies looking to open in the Garden State’s second-largest city now have a clearer idea of how they can do so after regulations that embrace cannabis-based businesses were authorized.

While New Jersey residents voted to legalize recreational marijuana last November, the state is still in the process of rolling out its legal distribution regulations. All municipalities have until August 21 to pass any desired local rules and Jersey City’s planning board approved new zoning governing cannabis businesses during their June 22 meeting.

The zoning would allow five types of cannabis uses in Jersey City; cultivator, manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor, and retailer. Delivery-based businesses are not allowed under the regulations and all prospective cannabis companies would be subject to a $2,500 fee when applying to operate in the city.

The zoning would allow five types of cannabis uses in Jersey City; cultivator, manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor, and retailer. Image via Unsplash.

The regulations do not place a limit on how many cannabis businesses can operate in Jersey City, but they do restrict them to certain zones. In terms of retail locations, cannabis business will be

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