Weed delivery services are legal in Baytown but only to patients with valid medical marijuana prescriptions who are registered in the CURT (Compassionate Use Registry of Texas). There is a provision for minors to have their parents or legal guardians receive their orders, but such proxies must be named in patients’ registrations in the CURT. At the point of delivery, parents or guardians receiving deliveries for minors may be required to provide the last five digits of their Social Security Numbers.
Yes. State-registered patients in Baytown can have their medical marijuana orders delivered to their doorsteps. The City of Baytown has no local regulations nullifying the Texas DPS regulations authorizing dispensaries to deliver low-THC cannabis to eligible persons in the city.
No. Baytown aligns with Texas law prohibiting marijuana use for recreational purposes. Therefore, it is unlawful to receive recreational marijuana delivery in the city.
Only persons with valid registrations in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) and current medical marijuana prescriptions can order medical marijuana online in Baytown. Such persons can order low-THC marijuana from the websites of authorized dispensaries in the state. While these dispensaries typically provide prescription pickup centers for buyers to pick up their orders, they sometimes also deliver to several Texas cities, including Baytown.
Purchasing more than the quantities stipulated on your current medical marijuana prescription is illegal. Note that these quantities differ for all patients under the Texas Compassionate Use Program.
You must be 18 or older to receive delivery for a low-THC marijuana order in Baytown. If you are younger and have your parent or approved guardian included in your CURT registration, you can have the caregiver receive a weed delivery for you.
Entities registered with the state with current dispensing organization licenses from the Texas DPS (Department of Public Safety) can legally deliver low-THC marijuana orders in Baytown.
As only dispensing organizations are allowed to offer weed delivery services in Texas, you must contact them to ascertain which ones offer delivery to Temple. Although more licenses are being issued to dispensing organizations in the state, only three currently operate statewide. Find out if one of them has a branch near you and call or visit to ask about their weed delivery options.
You need a current government-issued ID to receive a low-THC marijuana delivery in Baytown.