COMPLIANCE DOCUMENTS

Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC)

The Bureau of Cannabis Control is California’s lead agency in regulating commercial cannabis licenses, responsible for licensing retailers, distributors, testing labs, microbusinesses, and temporary cannabis events.
BCC

Temporary Cannabis Retailer Application: INSTRUCTIONS *

Instructions for completing the Temporary Cannabis Retailer Application offered by the Bureau of Cannabis Control.
BCC

Temporary Cannabis Retailer Application *

Conditional license that authorizes the licensee to engage in commercial cannabis retail similar to an annual license of the same type.

BCC

Cannabis Retailer License Application: INSTRUCTIONS

Instructions for completing the Cannabis Retailer License Application offered by the Bureau of Cannabis Control.

BCC

Cannabis Retailer License Application

This license authorizes the licensee to engage in commercial cannabis retail. Licensees can choose between non-storefront (delivery) or storefront licenses.

* Temporary licenses are only valid for 120 days. The state of California will not issue anymore temporary licenses come 2019. 

CalCannabis

CalCannabis, a division of the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), is responsible for licensing cultivators and implementing a track-and-trace system to monitor the cannabis distribution chain.

applications & forms

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Annual Cultivation License Application with Instructions

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Annual Cultivation License Pest Management Fillable Form

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Annual Cultivation License Waste Management Fillable Form

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Surety Bond



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Criminal Conviction Disclosure Form & Instructions

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A Reference Guide for the Application Attachments

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A Reference Guide for the Cultivation Plan

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Temporary Cultivation License Application with Instructions*

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Step-by-Step Guide: How to Apply for a State Cannabis Cultivation License

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Step-by-Step Guide: How to Use the State Cannabis Cultivation Online System

* Temporary licenses are only valid for 120 days. The state of California will not issue anymore temporary licenses come 2019. 

Track and Trace

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Intro to CCTT System

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Track and Trace: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document

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Temporary License - Product Transfer/Transport Documentation*

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Sales Invoice/Shipping Manifest

* Temporary licenses are only valid for 120 days. The state of California will not issue anymore temporary licenses come 2019. 

Regulations and Additional documents

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NEW! Emergency California Cannabis Cultivation Licensing Regulations (Readopt)

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Proposed Final/Permanent Regulations

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Annual Cannabis Cultivation Licenses: A Reference Guide for the CULTIVATION PLAN

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Annual Cannabis Cultivation Licenses: A Reference Guide for the APPLICATION ATTACHMENTS

Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch (MCSB)

The Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch, a division of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), is responsible for regulating and licensing the manufacturers of medical and recreational cannabis products.

Applications & Forms

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Temporary License Application (PDF)

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Temporary License Application Instructions (PDF)

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Shared-Use Facility Registration for Temporary Licensees (PDF)

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Temporary License Application: Type S (PDF)

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Annual License Application Checklist (PDF)

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Annual License Application: Guide to Required Documents (PDF)

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Sales Invoice/Shipping Manifest

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Request for Live Scan' Form (BCIA 8016) (PDF)

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Surety Bond Form (PDF)

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Sample Property Owner's Consent Form (PDF)

* Temporary licenses are only good for 120 days. The state of California will not issue anymore temporary licenses come 2019. 

Regulations

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CDPH Readopted Emergency Regulations

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CDPH Proposed Final Regulations

Resources

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Packaging Requirements - Cannabis & Cannabis Products (Not updated with Proposed Regs)

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Labeling Requirements - Manufactured Cannabis Products (Not updated with Proposed Regs)

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Labeling Requirements - Cannabis Products with Small Containers (Not updated with Proposed Regs)

Department of Tax and Fee Administration

Cannabis businesses must register with the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) for a seller’s permit and file sales and use tax returns. Distributors must register for a tax permit and file cannabis tax returns.
CDTFA

About tax rates and registration

California State Water Resources Control Board

The Water Boards Cannabis Cultivation Program has four main components to address potential water quality and quantity issues related to cannabis cultivation.

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Cannabis Regulatory Programs Online Portal Fact Sheet

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Indoor Cannabis Cultivation Fact Sheet

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SWRCB Resolution No. 2017-0063

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Cannabis Regulatory Programs Online Portal Fact Sheet

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Cannabis Regulatory Programs Online Portal Fact Sheet

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Cannabis Regulatory Programs Online Portal Fact Sheet

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Cannabis Regulatory Programs Online Portal Fact Sheet

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Cannabis Regulatory Programs Online Portal Fact Sheet

California Department of Fish & Wildlife (CDFW)

CDFW uses several tools to protect and conserve fish and wildlife resources: environmental review, permitting, education, collaboration with other agencies and stakeholders, restoration, and enforcement. Cannabis cultivators, like other project proponents, must comply with Fish and Game Code.

CDFW

General Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement
for Cultivation

CDFW

Notification of LSA for Cannabis Cultivation - Instructions

CDFW

About the General Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement

CDFW

Compliance with Fish & Game Code Section 1602

Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR)

The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR) enforces laws that govern the sale and use of pesticides in California, including use on cannabis.

CDPR

Cannabis Overview
(PDF)

CDPR

Pesticides legal
to use on cannabis
(PDF)

CDPR

Legal Pest Management Practices for Cannabis Growers in California

CDPR

Pesticides that
cannot be used in
cannabis cultivation

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