Recreational weed delivery is illegal in Fort Smith, as adult-use cannabis is prohibited in all Arkansas jurisdictions. However, patients with valid IDs and medical marijuana cards can have their medical marijuana orders delivered to the addresses on their MMJ cards. No more than 2.5 ounces of weed can be ordered for delivery by an eligible patient in the city.
Yes. According to the medical marijuana delivery provisions contained in the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment, medical marijuana patients living in Fort Smith can receive deliveries of medical marijuana orders.
No. Due to the prohibition of recreational marijuana in Arkansas, it is illegal to use or provide delivery services for recreational marijuana.
You can order medical marijuana for delivery in Fort Smith. Pick-up options are also available for persons who prefer to pre-order weed ahead of a visit to the store. Online orders are typically made via the websites of the retailers.
You can order up to 2.5 ounces of medical marijuana every fortnight for delivery in Fort Smith.
You must be 18 or older to use medical marijuana delivery services in the city.
Only Arkansas-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries can provide medical marijuana delivery in Fort Smith.
You may contact Fort Smith medical marijuana dispensaries or other Arkansas-licensed dispensaries to check if they offer delivery in your area. The contact information and available services from a retailer are typically listed on the website of the dispensary. You may also use the licensed retailers' list on the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) website. The list contains physical addresses and contact phone numbers for Arkansas-licensed medical marijuana retailers.
You must provide an Arkansas ID, such as an Arkansas driver's license, and an Arkansas medical marijuana card to receive a medical marijuana order in Fort Smith.