How the consolidation affects you
For now, you do not need to take any specific action. We will share additional information during the coming days and weeks, including updated contact information and answers to common questions.
Old email addresses for staff will redirect to their new DCC email address for several months. If your point of contact changes, we will provide updated contact information.
Your license or license application transferred to DCC automatically. You do not need to submit a new license application. Your current license is still active, even if your license certificate lists the old licensing authority’s name. Your license will still expire at the time listed on your license certificate. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
with any license or application questions or email@example.com
with general questions.
DCC staff will continue to email your office regarding applications to confirm compliance with local requirements. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
to update your point of contact or send us a copy of your most recent ordinance.
You can continue to coordinate investigations or complaints with your existing points-of-contact. Email email@example.com
to reach our enforcement team.
The consolidation does not affect your grant funding or the amount you were awarded by the Bureau of Cannabis Control. Email questions or required grant reports to firstname.lastname@example.org
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