Does the City allow commercial cultivation and manufacturing for non-medical purposes now that the voters passed Prop. 64?
No. Commercial cultivation and manufacturing for non-medical purposes is prohibited by State law without a State license. The State does not anticipate issuing licenses until January 2018. Currently, Prop. 64 allows the personal cultivation of up to six living cannabis plants inside a person's private residence.

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1. What type of Bond do I need?
2. For retail, can the employee name tags reflect just first name and photo ID?
3. Is there a limit to the number of licenses a cannabis business can obtain?
4. How long does the application process take? Will I be notified if my application is not complete?
5. Can a cannabis business be a commercial operation?
6. How do I know if a cannabis business is allowed on the property where I plan to operate?
7. Can I cultivate cannabis while my permit applications are being processed?
8. Is there a cap to the number of permits the City will issue?
9. Does the City allow commercial cultivation and manufacturing for non-medical purposes now that the voters passed Prop. 64?
10. What are the Cannabis Permit Fees?
11. What is the current City's Tax on Cannabis Businesses?
12. Does the City of Shasta Lake allow “Cottage Licenses” for commercial cultivation?
13. According to City's cannabis ordinance dispensaries and Retail outlets are permitted to deliver, does this apply to retail nurseries?
14. Is the retail nursery allowed to produce its own materials for sale on the property? That is, can we produce the clones and seeds for the retail nursery onsite?