While Marijuana is legal in Colorado, it remains illegal under federal law
If you are a non-citizen, working in the marijuana industry could impact your immigration or citizenship status.
Consult an immigration attorney if you are a non-citizen with concerns about any potential impacts that working in the marijuana industry may have on your status.
The City and County of Denver takes a collaborative approach to the management of marijuana, which includes multiple city agencies working together to address marijuana regulation, enforcement and education. This Denver Marijuana Information center provides links to information about marijuana business licensing, inspections and permits, news, and other important topics.
Denver is promoting inclusion for people and communities that have been disproportionally impacted by the war on drugs as well as communities that are now being affected by the regulated marijuana industry.
Applications for new licenses, renewals, transfers or modifications of existing licenses will be accepted Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 3:00pm.
Please bring your completed application package and all required documents to Denver Excise & Licenses. Our staff can answer your questions about licensing processes, but cannot provide legal nor business advice. An overview of the licensing process as well as required fees and forms can be found below.
Please Note: One (1) application per appointment. You can check-in 15 minutes early to appointment. You will not be able to check-in late for an appointment.
Learn more by visiting the Business Licensing website for more information.
Webb Municipal Office Building
201 W. Colfax Ave., Dept. 206
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: Call 311
Outside Denver: Call (720) 913-1311
Fax: (720) 865-2881
Denver 311 Help Center Call 3-1-1
Outside Denver Call 720-913-1311
TTY Service: 720-913-8479