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Nevada Cannabis Laws

It is legal under Nevada law for adults 21 and older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and/or 3.5 grams of marijuana concentrate for personal use. Adults may also cultivate up to six plants if they reside 25 miles or more away from an operating retail marijuana store. 

Nevada will grant licenses to the following types of marijuana businesses: cultivation facility, distributor, product manufacturing facility, testing facility, and retail store

More information is available here.

Nevada is currently accepting applications for recreational marijuana business licenses but only during specified periods.

 - For at least the first 18 months of its program, Nevada will only grant retail marijuana establishment licenses to existing medical marijuana establishment certificate holders.

 - For a current schedule of the application acceptance periods, consult the Nevada Department of Taxation

-For more information on obtaining a marijuana business license in Nevada read the marijuana license application FAQ.

Ballot Measure

In November 2016, Nevada voted to legalize the use, production, and sale of marijuana by adults 21 years of age or older.


The Nevada Tax Commission has adopted regulations governing the licensing, operation, and taxation of marijuana establishments.