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The City is interested in receiving your feedback and recommendations about medical marijuana industry operations in Vallejo.

87 registered responses


Should there be a limit to the number of cultivation sites in Vallejo?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 71.3% 62
No 23.0% 20
Don't Know 5.7% 5

If yes, what should the number of cultivation sites in Vallejo be limited to?

Response Percent Response Count
3 or less 19.4% 14
4 to 7 27.8% 20
8 to 10 16.7% 12
Other 36.1% 26

Do you support a City fee to support City regulatory oversight costs associated with the cultivation of medical marijuana?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 64.4% 56
No 24.1% 21
Don't Know 11.5% 10

In order to COMMERCIALLY cultivate, should a City permit be required?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 94.2% 81
No 3.5% 3
Don't Know 2.3% 2

What limitations should be placed on COMMERCIAL cultivation?

Response Percent Response Count
Space / area 68.6% 59
Location / zoning 82.6% 71
Energy usage 39.5% 34
Indoors only 40.7% 35
Security standards 77.9% 67
Ventilation requirements 50.0% 43
None 2.3% 2
Other 20.9% 18

In order to PERSONALLY cultivate, should a City permit be required?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 33.7% 29
No 62.8% 54
Don't Know 3.5% 3

What limitations should be placed on PERSONAL cultivation?

Response Percent Response Count
Space / area 59.0% 49
Location / zoning 37.3% 31
Energy usage 27.7% 23
Indoors only 33.7% 28
Security standards 36.1% 30
Ventilation requirements 26.5% 22
None 18.1% 15
Other 32.5% 27

Should only medical marijuana dispensaries (MMD) in compliance with Vallejo Municipal Code (VMC) 7.100 be allowed to cultivate ONSITE?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 63.2% 55
No 23.0% 20
Don't Know 13.8% 12

Should only MMDs in compliance with VMC 7.100 be allowed to cultivate OFFSITE?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 54.1% 46
No 29.4% 25
Don't Know 16.5% 14

Should there be an opportunity for MMDs NOT in compliance with VMC 7.100 to cultivate in Vallejo?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 18.4% 16
No 74.7% 65
Don't Know 6.9% 6

Do you have any other comments or concerns about personal or commercial cultivation in Vallejo?

Answered
44
Skipped
43

Do you support a City fee on delivery of medical marijuana?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 51.2% 44
No 44.2% 38
Don't Know 4.7% 4

Should there be a limit to the number of deliveries an MMD may perform in a day?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 31.0% 27
No 60.9% 53
Don't Know 8.0% 7

If yes, what should the number of deliveries per day in Vallejo be limited to?

Response Percent Response Count
5 or less 23.8% 10
6 to 10 7.1% 3
11 to 15 2.4% 1
16 to 20 11.9% 5
Other 54.8% 23

Should there be a limit to the amount of medical marijuana that may be delivered to patients or be in the delivery vehicle at any given time?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes, limit the amount for both 44.7% 38
Limit just the delivery amount 12.9% 11
Limit just the amount in the vehicle 8.2% 7
No, do not impose any limits 28.2% 24
Don't Know 5.9% 5

Should there be an opportunity for MMDs NOT in compliance with VMC 7.100 to deliver in Vallejo?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 11.8% 10
No 82.4% 70
Don't Know 5.9% 5

What are your primary concerns, if any, with delivery of medical marijuana in Vallejo?

Answered
61
Skipped
26

Should the City allow medical marijuana manufacturing (the production of any extracts, oils resins or similar derivatives of marijuana) in Vallejo?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 68.6% 59
No 24.4% 21
Don't Know 7.0% 6

Should there be a limit to the number of medical marijuana manufacturing facilities in Vallejo?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 70.1% 61
No 21.8% 19
Don't Know 8.0% 7

If yes, what should the number of manufacturing facilities in Vallejo be limited to?

Response Percent Response Count
2 or less 19.4% 13
3 to 5 26.9% 18
6 to 8 7.5% 5
9 or 10 9.0% 6
Other 37.3% 25
David Phillips inside Vallejo
April 23, 2016, 11:03 AM
  • Should there be a limit to the number of cultivation sites in Vallejo?
    • Yes
  • If yes, what should the number of cultivation sites in Vallejo be limited to?
    • 8 to 10
  • Do you support a City fee to support City regulatory oversight costs associated with the cultivation of medical marijuana?
    • Yes
  • In order to COMMERCIALLY cultivate, should a City permit be required?
    • Yes
  • What limitations should be placed on COMMERCIAL cultivation?
    • Space / area
    • Location / zoning
    • Indoors only
    • Security standards
    • Ventilation requirements
  • In order to PERSONALLY cultivate, should a City permit be required?
    • No
  • What limitations should be placed on PERSONAL cultivation?
    • Space / area
    • Indoors only
  • Should only medical marijuana dispensaries (MMD) in compliance with Vallejo Municipal Code (VMC) 7.100 be allowed to cultivate ONSITE?
    • Yes
  • Should only MMDs in compliance with VMC 7.100 be allowed to cultivate OFFSITE?
    • Yes
  • Should there be an opportunity for MMDs NOT in compliance with VMC 7.100 to cultivate in Vallejo?
    • No
  • Do you have any other comments or concerns about personal or commercial cultivation in Vallejo?
    No response.
  • Do you support a City fee on delivery of medical marijuana?
    • No
  • Should there be a limit to the number of deliveries an MMD may perform in a day?
    • No
  • If yes, what should the number of deliveries per day in Vallejo be limited to?
    No response.
  • Should there be a limit to the amount of medical marijuana that may be delivered to patients or be in the delivery vehicle at any given time?
    • No, do not impose any limits
  • Should there be an opportunity for MMDs NOT in compliance with VMC 7.100 to deliver in Vallejo?
    • No
  • What are your primary concerns, if any, with delivery of medical marijuana in Vallejo?
    No response.
  • Should the City allow medical marijuana manufacturing (the production of any extracts, oils resins or similar derivatives of marijuana) in Vallejo?
    • Yes
  • Should there be a limit to the number of medical marijuana manufacturing facilities in Vallejo?
    • Yes
  • If yes, what should the number of manufacturing facilities in Vallejo be limited to?
    • 6 to 8
  • Should the City allow medical marijuana testing laboratories in Vallejo?
    • Yes
  • Should there be a limit to the number of medical marijuana testing laboratories in Vallejo?
    • Yes
  • If yes, what should the number of testing laboratories in Vallejo be limited to?
    • 3 to 5
  • Please share other comments or concerns related to medical marijuana operations not addressed in this survey.
    No response.
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The next few questions in this survey refer to Vallejo Municipal Code 7.100. For your reference:

7.100.010 - Purpose and intent. Modified

It is the purpose and intent of this chapter to address the proliferation of medical marijuana dispensaries but grant limited immunity from the enforcement of its prohibition to medical marijuana dispensaries that do not violate the restrictions set forth in this ordinance until such time as the California Supreme Court rules on what cities can and cannot regulate and the city enacts new medical marijuana legislation consistent with court ruling. This chapter is not intended to conflict with federal or state law. Nothing in this chapter purports to permit activities that are otherwise illegal under federal, state, or local law. Read more...


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