MED Regulated Marijuana Business Owner Renewal

COVID Notice

As state public health officials are calling for "social distancing" consistent with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the Marijuana Enforcement Division is adopting measures to minimize exposure between employees and also between employees and the public.

Starting Wednesday, March 18, MED Business operations will continue and services to the public will remain available, however, all MED office lobbies will not be open to the public. During this time, MED is providing modified licensing services, outlined below. Other than these adjustments to our licensing processes, it is business as usual at MED.

Renewing Your License

Pursuant to 2019 legislative changes under Senate Bill 19-224, a licensee must apply for renewal before the expiration date of their license. Prior law provided a "grace period" for business licensees to submit renewal applications within 90 days following their expiration date. However, as of January 1, 2019, statute and rules will no longer provide a 90-day "grace period" for renewal submission. Therefore, absent a licensee's submission and acceptance of a complete renewal application prior to a license expiration date, a license is immediately invalid upon expiration.

To renew your license please complete the following applications:

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Application Checklist 

 

 

 Application
  • Download and complete the appropriate Owner Renewal Application, unless you're applying digitally (more below):
  • Collect all necessary supporting documentation
    • COB Owners, only need to submit fingerprints every two years - if you provided fingerprints with your last renewal application you don't need to submit them with your current application. 
       
    • If you did not submit fingerprints last year you will need to provide a new set with your current application. Visit the MED Third-Party Fingerprint Vendor webpage for more information. 
       
  • Ensure that a signature is provided in each of the required signature fields of the application. 
Renewal Fee

The MED cannot complete its intake of your application without your payment of requisite fees.

  • Please include a check, money order, or credit card authorization with your application submission. NO CASH will be accepted.

  • The MED is also offering an online payment link option available via Colorado Interactive Payment System. For applicants seeking to use this online payment link option, following receipt of your application, a MED staff member will contact you via email with the link to submit your payment. PLEASE NOTE: inaccurate payment may delay the issuance of your license. Full and proper payment is required, so please double-check your payment before submitting it! For a summary of fees, please see the MED's fee schedule.

How to Submit Your Application:

Owner (CBO) License Renewal and Owner Entity Renewal Applications may be submitted to the Lakewood Office only.

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Submit by Mail

Submit your renewal application and supporting materials to:

Marijuana Enforcement Division
1697 Cole Blvd., Suite 200
Lakewood, CO 80401

 

Submit Digitally

Use your computer, phone, or another device with internet access to submit your application. 

For detailed instructions see our training video. 

Did you use our online application? If so, we want to hear from you! Please submit your feedback on this Google Form.

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Drop Off Your Application

The Lakewood Office - at 1697 Cole Blvd., Suite 200, Lakewood, CO 80401 - will provide a secure receptacle for applicants to drop-off their new owner license applications from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays until further notice.