Marihuana

Marihuana

On May 26, 2020, amendments to the City of Portage Code of Ordinances Chapters 14 and 42 were approved by City Council, effective June 17, 2020.  These ordinances assist in the regulation and licensing of all marihuana facilities within the City of Portage.

The specific ordinances related to marihuana are available:

Marihuana Chapter 14 

Marihuana Chapter 42


Application Information:  The application window for 2020 opened on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.  The deadline has been extended to Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.  See the City of Portage News Release here: 2020 Adult-Use (all types) Window Announcement - Update

An updated application document can be downloaded here: 2020 Marihuana Application

Applications must be submitted in person, by appointment only, during normal city business hours (8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday) and must include a signed and completed application form, all attachments required in the application and the $5,000 permit fee.  

To schedule an appointment, please call the Office of the City Clerk at 269-329-4511.


Staff is no longer taking location eligibility inquiries via phone or in person.  For location eligibility inquiries, please complete and submit the MMFLA Location Confirmation Form.  This requires a $155 payment, per parcel.  Staff will then follow-up with the request by indicating the parcel’s eligibility.

All applicants MUST have received pre-qualification from the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency in order to have their application considered. There are no exceptions.  The City of Portage reserves the right to alter an application deadline.


Location Maps

For informational purposes, the following are maps of potential marihuana facility locations.  These maps are considered approximate and all properties must be individually evaluated to ensure they meet ordinance requirements.  For eligibility inquiries, it is strongly recommended that any interested party complete the above MMFLA Location Confirmation Form.  

Map of Potential Provisioning Center Locations

Map of Potential Grow, Processor, Safety Compliance and Secure Transporters