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Basis and Purpose – R 105

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsection 12-43.4-202(2)(b), C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to clarify that any reference to days means calendar days.

R 105 – Computation of Time

The word “days” as used in these rules means calendar days.

R 200 Series – Licensing

Basis and Purpose – R 201

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-104(2)(a), 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(III), and 12-43.4-309(2), C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(III). The purpose of this rule is to establish that only materially complete applications for licenses, accompanied by all required fees, will be accepted and processed by the Division. The State Licensing Authority understands there may be instances where an application is materially complete and accepted, but further information is required before it can be fully processed. In such instances, the applicant must provide the additional requested information within the time frame given by the Division in order for the application to be acted on in a timely manner.



R 201 – Complete Applications Required: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. General Requirements

    1. All applications for licenses authorized pursuant to section 12-43.4-401, C.R.S., shall be made upon current forms prescribed by the Division. Applications submitted to the Division may include, but not be limited to, new business premises, individuals as Owners, transfers of ownership, change of locations, premises modifications, and changes in trade name.

    2. A license issued by a Division to a Retail Marijuana Establishment constitutes a revocable privilege. The burden of proving an Applicant’s qualifications for licensure rests at all times with the Applicant.

    3. If required by the forms supplied by the Division, each application shall identify the relevant local jurisdiction.

    4. Applicants must submit a complete application to the Division before it will be accepted or considered.

      1. All applications must be complete in every material detail.

      2. All applications must include all attachments or supplemental information required by the current forms supplied by the Division.

      3. All applications must be accompanied by a full remittance for the whole amount of the application and license fees.

    5. The Division may refuse to accept an incomplete application.

  2. Additional Information May Be Required

    1. Upon request by the Division, an Applicant shall provide any additional information required to process and fully investigate the application. The additional information must be provided to the Division no later than seven days after of the request is made unless otherwise specified by the Division.

    2. An Applicant’s failure to provide the requested information by the Division deadline may be grounds for denial of the application.

  3. Information Must Be Provided Truthfully. All Applicants shall submit information to the Division in a full, faithful, truthful, and fair manner. The Division may recommend denial of an application where the Applicant made intentional or purposeful misstatements, omissions, misrepresentations or untruths in the application or in connection with the Applicant’s background investigation. This type of conduct may be considered as the basis for additional administrative action against the Applicant and it may also be the basis for criminal charges against the Applicant.

  4. Application Forms Accessible. All application forms supplied by the Division and filed by an Applicant for a license, including attachments and any other documents associated with the investigation, shall be accessible by the State Licensing Authority, local jurisdictions, and any state or local law enforcement agency for a purpose authorized by the Retail Code or for any other state or local law enforcement purpose.

  5. Other Considerations Regarding Medical Marijuana Business Applications. The Applicant, if not an individual, must be comprised of individuals:

    1. Whose criminal history background checks establish they are all of Good Moral Character; and

    2. Who have met all other licensing requirements.

Basis and Purpose – R 202

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(I), and 12-43.4-304(1), and sections 24-4-104 and 24-76.5-101 et. seq.,C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(I). The purpose of this rule is to establish basic requirements for all Division applications for new Retail Marijuana Establishment licenses. It helps the regulated community understand the procedural licensing requirements.



R 202 – Process for Issuing a New License: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. General Requirements

    1. All applications for licenses authorized pursuant to section 12-43.4-401, C.R.S., shall be made upon current forms prescribed by the Division. Each application for a new license shall identify the relevant local jurisdiction.

    2. All applications for new Retail Marijuana Establishments must include application and licensing fees for each premises. See Rules R 207 - Schedule of Application Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments and R 208 - Schedule of Business License Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments.

    3. Each Applicant for a new license shall provide, at the time of application, the following information:

      1. Suitable evidence of proof of lawful presence, residence, if applicable, and Good Moral Character as required by the current forms prescribed by the Division;

      2. All requested information concerning financial and management associations and interests of other Persons in the business;

        1. If the Applicant for any license pursuant to the Retail Code is a corporation or limited liability company, it shall submit with the application the names, mailing addresses, and Owner’s background forms of all of its principal officers, directors, and Owners; a copy of its articles of incorporation or articles of organization; and evidence of authorization to do business within this State. In addition, each Applicant shall submit the names, mailing addresses and Owner’s background applications of all Persons owning any of the outstanding or issued capital stock, or of any Persons holding a membership interest.

        2. If the Applicant for any license pursuant to this section is a general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or limited liability limited partnership, it shall submit with the application the names, mailing addresses, and Owner’s background forms of all of its partners and a copy of its partnership agreement.

      3. Department of Revenue tax payment information;

      4. Proof of good and sufficient surety bond, if applicable;

      5. Accurate floor plans for the premises to be licensed; and

      6. The deed, lease, contract, or other document governing the terms and conditions of occupancy of the premises licensed or proposed to be licensed.

Nothing in this section is intended to limit the Division’s ability to request additional information it deems necessary or relevant to determining an Applicant’s suitability for licensure.

    1. Failure to provide such additional information by the requested deadline may result in denial of the application.

    2. All applications to reinstate a license will be deemed applications for new licenses. This includes, but is not limited to, licenses that have been expired for more than 90 days, licenses that have been voluntarily surrendered, and licenses that have been revoked.

  1. Other Factors

    1. The Division will either approve or deny a complete application not less than 45 days and not more than 90 days of its receipt.

    2. The Division will send applications for a new Retail Marijuana Establishment and half the application fee to the relevant local jurisdiction within seven days of receiving the application.

    3. If the Division grants a license before the relevant local jurisdiction approves the application or grants a local license, the license will be conditioned upon local approval. Such a condition will not be viewed as a denial pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act. If the local jurisdiction fails to approve or denies the application, the state license will be revoked.

    4. The Applicant has one year from the date of licensing by the State Licensing Authority to obtain approval or licensing through the relevant local jurisdiction. Should the Applicant fail to obtain local jurisdiction approval or licensing within the specified period, the state license shall expire and may not be renewed.

    5. An Applicant is prohibited from operating a Retail Marijuana Establishment prior to obtaining all necessary licenses or approvals from both the State Licensing Authority and the relevant local jurisdiction.

Basis and Purpose – R 203

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b) and 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(I), and section 12-43.4-310, C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(I). The purpose of this rule is to establish how licenses can be renewed.



R 203 – Process for Renewing a License: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. General Process for License Renewal

    1. The Division will send a Notice for License Renewal 90 days prior to the expiration of an existing license by first class mail to the Licensee’s mailing address of record.

    2. A Licensee may apply for the renewal of an existing license no less than 30 days prior to the license’s expiration date. If the Licensee files a renewal application within 30 days prior to expiration, the Licensee must provide a written explanation detailing the circumstances surrounding the late filing. If the Division accepts the application, then it may elect to administratively continue the license beyond the expiration date while it completes the renewal licensing process.

    3. An application for renewal will only be accepted if it is accompanied by:

      1. The requisite licensing fees. See Rule R 209 - Schedule of Business License Renewal Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments; and

      2. A copy of the relevant local jurisdiction’s approval. If the relevant local jurisdiction does not approve such activity, the Licensee must submit a copy of the local jurisdiction’s written acknowledgment of receiving the approval with the application for renewal.

    4. The Division will send a copy of the Licensee’s application for renewal of an existing license to the relevant local jurisdiction within seven days of receiving the application for renewal.

  2. Failure to Receive a Notice for License Renewal. Failure to receive a Notice for License Renewal does not relieve a Licensee of the obligation to renew all licenses as required.

  3. If License Not Renewed Before Expiration. A license is immediately invalid upon expiration if the Licensee has not filed a late renewal application and remitted all of the required fees.

    1. In the event the license is not renewed prior to expiration, a Retail Marijuana Establishment may not operate.

    2. If a former Licensee files a late application and the requisite fees with the Division within 90 days of expiration of the license, the Division may administratively continue the license from the date the late application is received until it can complete its renewal application process and investigate the extent to which the Licensee operated with an expired license.

    3. If a former Licensee files a renewal application after 90 days from date of expiration, the application will be treated as a new license application.

Basis and Purpose – R 204

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b) and 12-43.4-312(1), C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to clarify what elements the State Licensing Authority generally considers when determining who has a beneficial interest in a license to such an extent that one is considered an Owner. The Division will review whatever relevant information exists to determine who ultimately owns or controls, i.e., is in charge of a business. This rule sets forth the general elements that will help the Division make the proper determination.



R 204 – Factors Considered When Evaluating Ownership of a License: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. Licenses Held By Owners. Each Retail Marijuana Establishment License must be held by the Owner or Owners of the licensed establishment. The Division may consider the following non-exhaustive list of elements when determining who is an Owner:

    1. Who bears risk of loss and opportunity for profit;

    2. Who is entitled to possession of the Licensed Premise or premises to be licensed;

    3. Who has final decision making authority over the operation of the licensed Retail Marijuana Establishment;

    4. Who guarantees the Retail Marijuana Establishment’s debts or production levels;

    5. Who is a beneficiary of the Retail Marijuana Establishment’s insurance policies;

    6. Who acknowledges liability for the Retail Marijuana Establishment’s federal, state, or local taxes; or

    7. Who is an officer or director of a Retail Marijuana Establishment.

  2. Management Companies. Any Person contracted to manage the overall operation of a Licensed Premises may be considered an Owner.

  3. Role of Managers. Owners may hire managers, and managers may be compensated on the basis of profits made, gross or net. A Retail Marijuana Establishment license may not be held in the name of the manager.

  4. Entities. A partnership interest, limited or general, a joint venture interest, a licensing agreement, ownership of a share or shares in a corporation or a limited liability company which is licensed, or having a secured interest in furniture, fixtures used directly in the manufacture or cultivation of Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product, equipment or inventory constitutes ownership and a direct financial interest. Secured notes or loans shall constitute an indirect financial interest. It shall be unlawful to fail to completely report all financial interests in each license issued.

Basis and Purpose – R 205

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(III), 12-43.4-304, 12-43.4-306, 12-43.4-309(2), and sections 12-43.4-308 and 24-76.5-101 et. seq.,C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(I). The purpose of this rule is to establish protocol for ownership transfers.



R 205 – Transfer of Ownership and Changes in Business Structure: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. General Requirements

    1. All applications for transfers of ownership or changes in corporate entities by licensed Retail Marijuana Establishments authorized pursuant to section 12-43.4-401, C.R.S., shall be made upon current forms prescribed by the Division. Each application shall identify the relevant local jurisdiction.

    2. All applications for transfers of ownership and changes in Retail Marijuana Establishments must include application fees and be complete in every material detail.

    3. Each Applicant for a transfer of ownership shall provide suitable evidence of a Person’s proof of lawful presence, residence and good character and reputation that the Division may request. Each Applicant shall also provide all requested information concerning financial and management associations and interests of other Persons in the business, Department of Revenue tax payment information, proof of good and sufficient surety bond and the deed, lease, contract, or other document governing the terms and conditions of occupancy of the Licensed Premises. Nothing in this section is intended to limit the Division’s ability to request additional information it deems necessary relevant to determining an Applicant’s suitability for licensure.

    4. Failure to provide such additional evidence by the deadline specified by the Division may result in denial of the application.

    5. The Division will send applications for a transfer of ownership to the relevant local jurisdiction within seven days of receiving the application. See Rule R 1401 - Instructions for Local Jurisdictions and Law Enforcement Officers.

    6. The Division will not approve a transfer of ownership application without first receiving written notification from the relevant local jurisdiction approving the transfer. If a local jurisdiction elects not to approve or deny a transfer of ownership application, the local jurisdiction must provide written notification acknowledging receipt of the application.



  1. As It Relates to Corporations and Limited Liability Companies

    1. If the Applicant for any license pursuant the Retail Code is a corporation or limited liability company, it shall submit with the application the names, mailing addresses, and Owner’s background forms of all of its principal officers, directors, and Owners; a copy of its articles of incorporation or articles of organization; and evidence of its authorization to do business within this State. In addition, each Applicant shall submit the names, mailing addresses of all Persons owning any of the outstanding or issued capital stock, or of any Persons holding a membership interest.

    2. Any proposed transfer of capital stock or any change in principal officers or directors of a corporation shall be reported and approved by the Division and the relevant local jurisdiction prior to such transfer or change. If a local jurisdiction elects not to approve or deny this activity, the local jurisdiction must provide written notification acknowledging receipt of the application.

    3. Any proposed transfer of membership interest or any change in members of any limited liability company holding a license shall be reported and approved by the Division and the relevant local jurisdiction prior to such transfer or change. If a local jurisdiction elects not to approve or deny this type of activity, the local jurisdiction must provide written notification acknowledging receipt of the application.

  2. As It Relates to Partnerships

    1. If the Applicant for any license pursuant to the Retail Code is a general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or limited liability limited partnership, it shall submit with the application the names, mailing addresses, and Owner’s background forms of all of its partners and a copy of its partnership agreement.

    2. Any proposed transfer of partnership interest or any change in general or managing partners of any partnership holding a license shall be reported and approved by the Division and relevant local jurisdiction prior to such transfer or change. If a local jurisdiction elects not to approve or deny this type of activity, the local jurisdiction must provide written notification acknowledging receipt of the application.

  3. As It Relates to Entity Conversions. Any Licensee that qualifies for an entity conversion pursuant to sections 7-90-201, C.R.S., et. seq., shall not be required to file a transfer of ownership application pursuant to section 12-43.4-308, C.R.S., upon statutory conversion, but shall submit a report containing suitable evidence of its intent to convert at least 30 days prior to such conversion. Such evidence shall include, but not be limited to, any conversion documents or agreements for conversion at least ten days prior to the date of recognition of conversion by the Colorado Secretary of State. The Licensee shall submit to the Division the names and mailing addresses of any officers, directors, general or managing partners, and all Persons having an ownership interest.

  4. Approval Required. It may be considered a license violation affecting public safety if a Licensee engages in any transfer of ownership without prior approval from the Division and the relevant local jurisdiction.

  5. Applications for Reinstatement Deemed New Applications. The Division will not accept an application for transfer of ownership if the license to be transferred is expired for more than 90 days, is voluntarily surrendered, or is revoked. See Rule R 202 - Process for Issuing a New License: Retail Marijuana Establishments.

Basis and Purpose – R 206

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(2)(e), and 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(I), C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(I). The purpose of this rule is to clarify the application process for changing location of a Licensed Premises.



R 206 – Changing Location of Licensed Premises: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. Application Required to Change Location of Licensed Premises

    1. An Owner or other authorized representative of a Retail Marijuana Establishment must make application to the Division for permission to change location of its Licensed Premise.

    2. Such application shall:

      1. Be made upon current forms prescribed by the Division;

      2. Be complete in every material detail and include remittance of all applicable fees;

      3. Explain the reason for requesting such change;

      4. Be supported by evidence that the application complies with the relevant local jurisdiction requirements; and

      5. Contain a report of the relevant local jurisdiction(s) in which the Retail Marijuana Establishment is to be situated, which report shall demonstrate the approval of the local jurisdiction(s) with respect to the new location. If the relevant local jurisdiction elects not to approve or deny a change of location of Licensed Premises application, the local jurisdiction must provide written notification acknowledging receipt of the application.

  2. Permit Required Before Changing Location

    1. No change of location shall be permitted until after the Division considers the application, and such additional information as it may require, and issues to the Applicant a permit for such change.

    2. The permit shall be effective on the date of issuance, and the Licensee shall, within 120 days, change the location of its business to the place specified therein and at the same time cease to operate a Retail Marijuana Establishment at the former location. At no time may a Retail Marijuana Establishment operate or exercise any of the privileges granted pursuant to the license in both locations. For good cause shown, the 120 day deadline may be extended for an additional 90 days.

    3. The permit shall be conspicuously displayed at the new location, immediately adjacent to the license to which it pertains.

  3. General Requirements

    1. An application for change of location to a different local jurisdiction shall follow the same procedures as an application for a new Retail Marijuana Establishment license, except that licensing fees will not be assessed until the license is renewed. See Rule R 202 - Process for Issuing a New License: Retail Marijuana Establishments.

    2. An Applicant for change of location within the same local jurisdiction shall file a change of location application with the Division and pay the requisite change of location fee. See Rule R 207 - Schedule of Application Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments.

Basis and Purpose – R 207

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-104(1)(a)(I), and 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(II), 12-43.4-501, C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(II). The purpose of this rule is to clarify the schedules of application fees for new retail business Licensees.



R 207 – Schedule of Application Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments

  1. Application Fee for Existing Medical Marijuana Licensees in Good Standing and Qualified Applications

    1. A Person licensed pursuant to the Medical Code, section 12-43.3-401, C.R.S., shall pay a $500 application fee, for each application submitted, to operate a Retail Marijuana Establishment if the following are met:

      1. The Licensee is operating; and

      2. The Licensee’s license is in good standing. A license in good standing has complied consistently with Article XVIII, Section 14 of the Colorado Constitution, the provisions of the Medical Code, and regulations adopted thereto.

    2. A Person who had a pending application with the State Licensing Authority for a license pursuant to the Medical Code prior to December 10, 2012, shall pay a $500 application fee to operate a Retail Marijuana Establishment if the following are met:

      1. The Applicant is operating in compliance with the Medical Code and regulations adopted thereto;

      2. The application has not been denied; and

      3. The Person paid all applicable application and licensing fees prior to December 10, 2012.

  2. Application Fee for New Applicants. Applicants that do not meet the criteria in Part A. of this rule are required to pay a $5000 application fee that must be submitted with each application before it will be considered.

  3. Transfer of Ownership Fee (New Owner Applicants). The transfer of ownership fee is $2500 if any new Owner is applying plus any additional applicable fees.

  4. Transfer of Ownership Fee (Reallocation of Ownership Among Current Owners). The transfer of ownership fee is $1000 per application.

  5. Change of Location of License Premises Fee

    1. If an Applicant is changing the location of a Licensed Premises within the same local jurisdiction, the Applicant must pay a $1000 fee.

    2. An application to change the location of a Licensed Premises to a different local jurisdiction will be treated as a new application. See Rule R 202 – Process for Issuing a New Application: Retail Marijuana Establishments. An Application to change the location of a Licensed Premises to a different local jurisdiction must be accompanied by a $5000 fee, and the Division will forward one half of the fee and a copy of the application to the relevant local jurisdiction within seven days. No new license fees will be assessed unless otherwise required for a License to be renewed.

  6. When Application Fees Are Due. All application fees are due at the time an application is submitted. An Applicant must follow Division policies regarding payment to local jurisdictions.

Basis and Purpose – R 208

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(II), 12-43.4-304(1), and 12-43.4-305, and section 24-4-104, C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(II). The purpose of this rule is to establish basic requirements for all Division applications and help the regulated community understand procedural licensing requirements.

R 208 – Schedule of Business License Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments


  1. License Fees. The State Licensing Authority intends to revisit the fee structure prior to July 1, 2014. Initially, Licensee fees will be set at:

    1. Medical Marijuana Center 1 Applying For A Retail Marijuana Store License – $3,750.00

    2. Medical Marijuana Center 2 Applying For A Retail Marijuana Store License – $8,750.00

    3. Medical Marijuana Center 3 Applying For A Retail Marijuana Store License – $14,000.00

    4. Retail Marijuana Cultivation Facility License – $2,750.00

    5. Retail Marijuana Products Manufacturing License – $2,750.00

    6. Retail Marijuana Testing Facility License – $2,750.00

  2. When License Fees Are Due. All license fees are due at the time an application is submitted.

  3. If Application is Denied. If an application is denied, an Applicant may request that the State Licensing Authority refund the license fee after the denial appeal period has lapsed or after the completion of the denial appeal process, whichever is later.

Basis and Purpose – R 209

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(II), 12-43.4-304(1), and 12-43.4-305, and section 24-4-104, C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(II). The purpose of this rule is to establish basic requirements for all Division applications and help the regulated community understand procedural licensing requirements.

R 209 – Schedule of Business License Renewal Fees: Retail Marijuana Establishments


  1. License Renewal Fees. The State Licensing Authority intends to revisit the fee structure prior to July 1, 2014. Initially, the License fees will be set at:

    1. Medical Marijuana Center 1 Applying For A Retail Marijuana Store License – $3,750.00

    2. Medical Marijuana Center 2 Applying For A Retail Marijuana Store License – $8,750.00

    3. Medical Marijuana Center 3 Applying For A Retail Marijuana Store License – $14,000.00

    4. Retail Marijuana Cultivation Facility License – $2,750.00

    5. Retail Marijuana Products Manufacturing License – $2,750.00

    6. Retail Marijuana Testing Facility License – $2,750.00

  2. When License Renewal Fees Are Due. License renewal fees are due at the time the renewal application is submitted.

  3. If Renewal Application is Denied. If an application for renewal is denied, an Applicant may request that the State Licensing Authority refund the license fee after the denial appeal period has lapsed or after the completion of the denial appeal process, whichever is later.

Basis and Purpose – R 210

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(II), and12-43.4-304(1), and section 24-4-104, C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(II). The purpose of this rule is to establish basic requirements for all Division applications and help the regulated community understand procedural licensing requirements.

R 210 – Schedule of Administrative Service Fees: All Licensees


  1. Administrative Service Fees. The State Licensing Authority intends to revisit this fee structure prior to July 1, 2014. Initially, administrative service fees will be set at:

    1. Entity Conversion - $1000

    2. Change of Trade Name - $50

    3. Modification of License Premises - $150

    4. Duplicate Business License or Certificate of Application - $50

    5. Duplicate Occupational License - $10

  2. When Administrative Service Fees Are Due. All administrative service fees are due at the time each applicable request is made.

Basis and Purpose - R 211

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.3-202(3)(a), and 12-43.4-202(4)(b)(I)(a), section 12-43.4-104, and 12-43.4-501, C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to clarify that existing Medical Marijuana Businesses may apply to convert a Medical Marijuana Business License to a Retail Marijuana Establishment License or may apply to obtain one additional license to operate a Retail Marijuana Establishment. It is important to note that the State Licensing Authority considers each license issued as separate and distinct. Each license, whether it is in the same location or not, is fully responsible to maintain compliance with all statutes and rules promulgated regardless of whether or not they are located in a shared address.

A Medical Marijuana Business may only obtain one Retail Marijuana Establishment License, whether it converts the Medical Business License or obtains a Retail Marijuana Establishment License, for each Medical Marijuana Business License it holds. In order to ensure all Retail Marijuana and Retail Marijuana Product are tracked in MITS and as a condition of licensure, a Medical Marijuana Business must declare in MITS all Medical Marijuana and Medical Marijuana Infused-Product that are converted for sale as Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product prior to initiating or allowing any sales. This declaration may be made only once, in part, due to the excise tax issues that may be implicated if a Licensee makes multiple conversions from Medical Marijuana or Medical Marijuana-Infused Product to Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product.

The State Licensing Authority received several comments from stakeholders who requested lower fees for Medical Marijuana Businesses that were either converting a Medical Marijuana Business license to a Retail Marijuana Establishment license or obtaining an additional Retail Marijuana Establishment license while retaining the existing Medical Marijuana Business license. The adopted permanent regulations reflect changes to address this concern. Under the rules as adopted Medical Marijuana Businesses that apply to convert to a Retail Marijuana Establishment license will be required to pay an application fee, but no license fees will be charged until such time as the renewal fees would have been due under the Medical Marijuana Business license term. The Retail Marijuana Establishment license, if approved, would assume the balance of the license term from the Medical Marijuana Business license and have the same expiration date.



R 211 – Conversion - Medical Marijuana Business to Retail Marijuana Establishment

  1. Medical Marijuana Business Applying for a Retail Marijuana Establishment License. A Medical Marijuana Business in good standing or who had a pending application as of December 10, 2012 that has not yet been denied, and who has paid all applicable fees may apply for a Retail Marijuana Establishment license in accordance with the Retail Code and these rules on or after October 1, 2013. A Medical Marijuana Business meeting these conditions may apply to convert a Medical Marijuana Business license to a Retail Marijuana Establishment license or may apply for a single Retail Marijuana Establishment of the requisite class of license in the Medical Marijuana Code for each Medical Marijuana Business License not converted.

  2. Retail Marijuana Establishment Expiration Date

    1. A Medical Marijuana Business converting its license to a Retail Marijuana Establishment license shall not be required to pay a license fee at the time of application for conversion.

    2. If a Medical Marijuana Business licensee is scheduled to renew its license during the processing of its conversion to a Retail Marijuana Establishment license, the Medical Marijuana Business must complete all renewal applications and pay the requisite renewal licensing fees.

    3. A Retail Marijuana Establishment license that was fully converted from a Medical Marijuana Business license will assume the balance of licensing term previously held by the surrendered Medical Marijuana Business license.

  3. Retail Marijuana Establishment Licenses Conditioned

  1. It shall be unlawful for a Retail Marijuana Establishment to operate without being issued a Retail Marijuana Establishment license by the State Licensing Authority and receiving all relevant local jurisdiction approvals. Each Retail Marijuana Establishment license issued shall be conditioned on the Licensee’s receipt of all required local jurisdiction approvals and licensing, if required.

  2. Each Retail Marijuana Establishment license issued shall be conditioned on the Medical Marijuana Business’ declaration of the amount of Medical Marijuana or Medical Marijuana-Infused Product it intends to transfer from the requisite Medical Marijuana Business for sale as Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product. A Licensee that converts to a Retail Marijuana Establishment shall not exercise any of the rights or privileges of a Retail Marijuana Establishment until such time as all such Medical Marijuana and Medical Marijuana-Infused Product are fully transferred and declared in the MITS system as Retail Marijuana and Retail Marijuana Product. See also, Rule R 309 – Marijuana Inventory Tracking Solution (MITS).

  1. One-Time Transfer. Once a Retail Marijuana Establishment has declared Medical Marijuana and Medical Marijuana-Infused Product as Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product in MITS and begun exercising the rights and privileges of the license, no additional Medical Marijuana or Medical Marijuana-Infused Product can be transferred from the Medical Marijuana Business to the relevant Retail Marijuana Establishment at any time.

Basis and Purpose – R 230

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-104(2)(a), 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(III), and 12-43.4-309(2), C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(III). The purpose of this rule is to establish that only materially complete applications for licenses, accompanied with all required fees, will be accepted and processed by the Division. The State Licensing Authority understands there may be instances where an application is materially complete, but further information is required before it can be fully processed. In such instances, the applicant must provide the additional requested information within the time frame given by the Division in order for the application to be acted on in a timely manner.

R 230 – Complete Applications Required: Individuals


  1. General Requirements

    1. All applications for licenses authorized pursuant to subsection 12-43.4-401(1)(e), C.R.S., shall be made upon current forms prescribed by the Division. Applications submitted to the Division may include, but not be limited to, individuals as Owners and transfers of ownership.

    2. A license issued by the Division to Owners and Occupational License Licensees constitutes a revocable privilege. The burden of proving an Applicant’s qualifications for licensure rests at all times with the Applicant.

    3. Applicants must submit a complete current application to the Division before it will be accepted or considered.

      1. All applications must be complete in every material detail.

      2. All applications must include all attachments or supplemental information required by the forms supplied by the Division.

      3. All applications must be accompanied by a full remittance for the whole amount of the application, license, or other relevant fees.

    4. The Division may refuse to accept an incomplete application.

  2. Additional Information May Be Required

    1. Each Applicant shall provide any additional information required that the Division may request to process and fully investigate the application.

    2. An Applicant’s failure to provide the requested evidence or information by the Division deadline may be grounds for denial. The additional information must be provided to the Division no later than seven days of the request unless otherwise specified by the Division. Each Applicant shall provide any additional information required that the Division may request to process and fully investigate the application.

  3. Application Forms Accessible. All application forms supplied by the Division and filed by an Applicant for a license, including attachments and any other documents associated with the investigation, shall be accessible by the State Licensing Authority, local jurisdictions and any state or local law enforcement agency for a purpose authorized by the Retail Code or for any other state or local law enforcement purpose.

Basis and Purpose – R 231

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(III), 12-43.4-305, and 12-43.4-306 and section 24-76.5-101 et. seq.,C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsection 16(5)(a)(III). The purpose of this rule is to clarify the qualifications for licensure, including, but not limited to, the requirement for a fingerprint-based criminal history record check for all Owners, officers managers, contractors, employees, and other support staff of licensed entities.



R 231 – Qualifications for Licensure: Individuals

  1. General Requirements

    1. All Applicants shall submit information to the Division in a full, faithful, truthful, and fair manner. The Division may recommend denial of an application where the Applicant made intentional misstatements, purposeful omissions, misrepresentations, or untruths in the application or in connection with the Applicant’s background investigation. This type of conduct may be considered as the basis of additional administrative action against the Applicant and it may also be the basis for criminal charges against the Applicant.

    2. The Division may deny the application of an Applicant who fails to provide the requested evidence or information by the Division deadline.

  1. Other Licensing Requirements

  1. Fingerprints Required

      1. All Applicants for initial licensure shall be fingerprinted for a fingerprint-based criminal history record check.

      2. A renewal Applicant shall be fingerprinted at the Director’s discretion.

      3. An Applicant shall also be fingerprinted if the Director has required the Applicant to submit a new application. The Director may require a new application for the following non-exhaustive list of reasons:

        1. An Applicant is re-applying after more than one year since the expiration of his or her most recent license;

        2. If an Applicant’s previous license was denied or revoked by the State Licensing Authority; or

        3. When the Division needs additional information in order to proceed with a background investigation.

    1. Other Documents May Be Required. Any Applicant may be required to establish his or her identity and age by any document required for a determination of lawful presence.

    2. Maintaining Ongoing Suitability For Licensing: Duty to Report Offenses. An Applicant or Licensee shall notify the Division in writing of any felony criminal charge and felony conviction against such person within ten days of such person’s arrest or felony summons, and within ten days of the disposition of any arrest or summons. Failure to make proper notification to the Division may be grounds for disciplinary action. Licensees shall cooperate in any investigation conducted by the Division. This duty to report includes, but is not limited to, deferred sentences or judgments that are not sealed. If the Division lawfully finds a disqualifying event and an Applicant asserts that the record was sealed, the Division may require the Applicant to provide proof from a court evidencing the sealing of the case.

    3. Application Forms Accessible to Law Enforcement and Licensing Authorities. All application forms supplied by the Division and filed by an Applicant for license shall be accessible by the State Licensing Authority, local jurisdictions, and any state or local law enforcement agent.

  1. Owners. An Owner Applicant must meet the following criteria before receiving a license:

    1. The Applicant must pay the annual application and licensing fees;

    2. The Applicant’s criminal history must indicate that he or she is of Good Moral Character;

    3. The Applicant is not employing, or financed in whole or in part, by any other Person whose criminal history indicates that he or she is not of Good Moral Character;

    4. The Applicant is at least 21 years of age;

    5. The Applicant has paid all taxes, interest, or penalties due the Department of Revenue relating to a Retail Marijuana Establishment;

    6. The Applicant can prove that he or she has not discharged a sentence for a conviction of a felony in the five years immediately preceding his or her application date;

    7. The Applicant can prove that he or she has not discharged a sentence for a conviction of a felony pursuant to any state or federal law regarding the possession, distribution, manufacturing, cultivation, or use of a controlled substance in the ten years immediately preceding his or her application date or five years from May 27, 2013, whichever is longer, except that the State Licensing Authority may grant a license to a Person if the Person has a state felony conviction based on possession or use of marijuana or marijuana concentrate that would not be a felony if the Person were convicted of the offense on the date he or she applied for a license;

    8. The Applicant can establish that he or she does not employ another person who does not have a valid Occupational License issued pursuant to either the Retail Code or the Medical Code.

    9. The Applicant can establish that he or she is not a sheriff, deputy sheriff, police officer, or prosecuting officer, or an officer or employee of the State Licensing Authority or a local jurisdiction;

    10. The Applicant can establish that its premises proposed to be licensed is not currently licensed as a retail food establishment or wholesale food registrant;

    11. The Applicant has been a resident of Colorado for at least two years prior to the date of the Application. See Rule R 232 – Factors Considered When Determining Residency: Individuals.

  1. Occupational Licenses. An Occupational License Applicant must meet the following criteria before receiving a license:

    1. The Applicant must pay the annual application and licensing fees;

    1. The Applicant’s criminal history must indicate that he or she is of Good Moral Character;

    2. The Applicant is at least 21 years of age;

    3. The Applicant can establish that he or she is currently a resident of Colorado.

    4. The Applicant can prove that he or she has not discharged a sentence for a conviction of a felony in the five years immediately preceding his or her application date;

    5. The Applicant can prove that he or she has not discharged a sentence for a conviction of a felony pursuant to any state or federal law regarding the possession, distribution, manufacturing, cultivation, or use of a controlled substance in the ten years immediately preceding his or her application date or five years from May 27, 2013, whichever is longer, except that the State Licensing Authority may grant a license to a person if the person has a state felony conviction based on possession or use of marijuana or marijuana concentrate that would not be a felony if the person were convicted of the offense on the date he or she applied for a license;

    6. The Applicant can establish that he or she is not a sheriff, deputy sheriff, police officer, or prosecuting officer, or an officer or employee of the State Licensing Authority or a local jurisdiction;

  1. Current Medical Marijuana Occupational Licensees

    1. An individual who holds a current, valid Occupational License issued pursuant to the Medical Code may also work in a Retail Marijuana Establishment; no separate Occupational License is required.

    1. An individual who holds a current, valid Occupational License issued pursuant to the Retail Code and these rules shall not work at a Medical Marijuana Business unless he or she also holds a current, valid Occupational License issued pursuant to the Medical Code.

Basis and Purpose – R 232

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-306(1)(k), and 12-43.4-309(5), C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to interpret residency requirements set forth in the Retail Code.

R 232 – Factors Considered When Determining Residency: Individuals

This rule applies to individual Applicants who are trying to obtain licenses issued pursuant to the Retail Code. This rule does not apply to patrons of Retail Marijuana Stores. When the State Licensing Authority determines whether an Applicant is a resident, the following factors will be considered:



  1. Primary Home Defined. The location of an Applicant’s principal or primary home or place of abode (“primary home”) may establish Colorado residency. An Applicant’s primary home is that home or place in which a person’s habitation is fixed and to which the person, whenever absent, has the present intention of returning after a departure or absence therefrom, regardless of the duration of such absence. A primary home is a permanent building or part of a building and may include, by way of example, a house, condominium, apartment, room in a house, or manufactured housing. No rental property, vacant lot, vacant house or cabin, or other premises used solely for business purposes shall be considered a primary home.

  2. Reliable Indicators That an Applicant’s Primary Home is in Colorado. The State Licensing Authority considers the following types of evidence to be generally reliable indicators that a person’s primary home is in Colorado.

  1. Evidence of business pursuits, place of employment, income sources, residence for income or other tax purposes, age, residence of parents, spouse, and children, if any, leaseholds, situs of personal and real property, existence of any other residences outside of Colorado and the amount of time spent at each such residence, and any motor vehicle or vessel registration;

  2. Duly authenticated copies of the following documents may be taken into account: A current driver’s license with address, recent property tax receipts, copies of recent income tax returns where a Colorado mailing address is listed as the primary address, current voter registration cards, current motor vehicle or vessel registrations, and other public records evidencing place of abode or employment; and

  3. Other types of reliable evidence.

  1. Totality of the Evidence. The State Licensing Authority will review the totality of the evidence, and any single piece of evidence regarding the location of a person’s primary home will not necessarily be determinative.

  2. Other Considerations for Residency. The State Licensing Authority may consider the following circumstances:

  1. Members of the armed services of the United States or any nation allied with the United States who are on active duty in this state under permanent orders and their spouses;

  2. Personnel in the diplomatic service of any nation recognized by the United States who are assigned to duty in Colorado and their spouses; and

  3. Full-time students who are enrolled in any accredited trade school, college, or university in Colorado. The temporary absence of such student from Colorado, while the student is still enrolled at any such trade school, college, or university, shall not be deemed to terminate their residency. A student shall be deemed “full-time” if considered full-time pursuant to the rules or policy of the educational institution he or she is attending.

  1. Entering Armed Forces Does Not Terminate Residency. An individual who is a Colorado resident pursuant to this rule does not terminate Colorado residency upon entering the armed services of the United States. A member of the armed services on active duty who resided in Colorado at the time the person entered military service and the person’s spouse are presumed to retain their status as residents of Colorado throughout the member’s active duty in the service, regardless of where stationed or for how long.

Basis and Purpose – R 233

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b) and 12-43.4-401(1)(e), C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to clarify when an individual must be licensed or registered with the Division before commencing any work activity at a licensed Retail Marijuana Establishment. The rule also sets forth the process for obtaining a license or registration and explains what information may be required before obtaining such license or registration.

R 233 – Medical Code or Retail Code Occupational Licenses Required


  1. Medical Code or Retail Code Occupational Licenses and Identification Badges

    1. Any person who possesses, cultivates, manufactures, tests, dispenses, sells, serves, transports or delivers Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product as permitted by privileges granted under a Retail Marijuana Establishment License must have a valid Occupational License.

    2. Any person who has the authority to access or input data into MITS or a Retail Marijuana Establishment point of sale system must have a valid Occupational License.

  1. Any person within a Restricted Access Area or Limited Access Area that does not have a valid Occupational License shall be considered a visitor and must be escorted at all times by a person who holds a valid Owner or Occupational License. Failure by a Retail Marijuana Establishment to continuously escort a person who does not have a valid Occupational License within a Limited Access Area may be considered a license violation affecting the public safety. See Rule R 1307 – Penalties.

  1. Occupational Licensees Commencing Employment. Any person required to be licensed pursuant to this rule shall obtain all Division approvals and obtain a Division-issued identification badge before commencing activities permitted by the Retail Code or Medical Code Occupational License. See also Rule R 231 – Qualifications for Licensure: Individuals.

  2. Identification Badges Are Property of State Licensing Authority. All identification badges shall remain the property of the State Licensing Authority, and all identification badges shall be returned to the Division upon demand of the State Licensing Authority or the Division. The Licensee shall not alter, obscure, damage, or deface the badge in any manner.

Basis and Purpose – R 250

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 24-4-105(2), and 12-43.4-601(2), C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to clarify that a Licensee must keep its mailing address current with the Division.

R 250 – Licensee Required to Keep Mailing Address Current with the Division: All Licensees


  1. Timing of Notification. A Licensee shall inform the Division in writing of any change to its mailing address within 30 days of the change. The Division will not change a Licensee’s information without explicit written notification provided by the Licensee or its authorized agent.

  2. Division Communications. Division communications are sent to the last mailing address furnished by an Applicant or Licensee to the Division.

  3. Failure to Change Address Does Not Relieve Licensees or Applicant’s Obligation. Failure to notify the Division of a change of mailing address does not relieve a Licensee or Applicant of the obligation to respond to a Division communication.

  4. Disciplinary Communications. The State Licensing Authority will send any disciplinary or sanction communication, as well as any notice of hearing, to the mailing address contained in the license and, if different, to the last mailing address furnished to the Division by the Licensee.

Basis and Purpose – R 251

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(XV), 12-43.4-202(3)(a)(XVI), and 12-43.4-305, and sections 24-4-104 and 24-4-105, C.R.S. Authority also exists in the Colorado Constitution at Article XVIII, Subsections 16(5)(a)(I). The purpose of this rule is to establish what factors the State Licensing Authority will consider when denying an application for licensure.



R 251 – Application Denial and Voluntary Withdrawal: All Licensees

  1. Applicant Bears Burden of Proving It Meets Licensing Requirements

    1. At all times during the application process, an Applicant must be capable of establishing that it is qualified to hold a license.

    2. An Applicant that does not cooperate with the Division during the application phase may be denied as a result. For example, if the Division requests additional evidence of suitability and the Applicant does not furnish such evidence by the date requested, the Applicant’s application may be denied.

  2. Applicants Must Provide Accurate Information

    1. An Applicant must provide accurate information to the Division during the entire Application process.

    2. If an Applicant provides inaccurate information to the Division, the Applicant’s application may be denied.

  3. Grounds for Denial

    1. The State Licensing Authority will deny an application from an Applicant that forms a business including but not limited to a sole proprietorship, corporation, or other business enterprise, with the purpose or intent, in whole or in part, of transporting, cultivating, processing, transferring, or distributing Retail Marijuana or Retail Marijuana Product without receiving prior approval from all relevant local jurisdictions.

    2. The State Licensing Authority will deny an application for Good Cause, as defined in subsection 12-43.4-305(1), C.R.S., of the Retail Code.

    3. The State Licensing Authority will deny an Applicant’s application that is statutorily disqualified from holding a license.

  4. Voluntary Withdrawal of Application

    1. The Division and Applicant may mutually agree to allow the voluntary withdrawal of an application for licensing in lieu of a denial proceeding.

    2. Applicants must first submit a notice to the Division requesting the voluntary withdrawal of the application. In such instances, an Applicant waives his or her right to a hearing in the matter once the voluntary withdrawal is approved.

    3. The Division will consider the request along with any circumstances at issue with the application in making a decision to accept the voluntary withdrawal. The Division may at its discretion grant the request with or without prejudice or deny the request.

    4. The Division will notify the Applicant and relevant local jurisdiction of its acceptance of the voluntary withdrawal and the terms thereof.

    5. If the Applicant agrees to a voluntary withdrawal granted with prejudice, then the Applicant is not eligible to apply again for licensing or approval until after expiration of one year from the date of such voluntary withdrawal.

  5. An Applicant May Appeal a Denial

    1. An Applicant may appeal an application denial pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act.

    2. See also Rules R 1304 – Administrative Hearings, R 1305 – Administrative Subpoenas, and R 1306 – Administrative Hearing Appeals.

Basis and Purpose – R 252

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b) and 12-43.4-309(5), C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to clarify that Retail Marijuana Establishment licenses are valid for one year unless suspended, revoked, or otherwise disciplined.

R 252 – License Must Be Renewed Each Year: All Licensees


  1. All Retail Code Licenses. All Licenses issued pursuant to the Retail Code and these rules are valid for one year, except those fully converted from a Medical Marijuana Business license.

  2. License May Be Valid for Less Than One Year. A License may be valid for less than one year if revoked, suspended, or otherwise disciplined.


R 1400 Series – Division, Local Jurisdiction, and Law Enforcement Procedures


Basis and Purpose – R 1401

The statutory authority for this rule is found at subsections 12-43.4-202(2)(b), 12-43.4-202(3)(b)(II), 12-43.4-202(3)(b)(III), and 12-43.3-301(1), C.R.S. This rule gives general instructions regarding Retail Marijuana Establishment administrative matters to local jurisdictions and clarifies for such entities what the Division and State Licensing Authority will do in certain instances. The rule also reaffirms that local law enforcement’s authority to investigate and take any necessary action with regard to Retail Marijuana Establishments remains unaffected by the Retail Code or any rules promulgated pursuant to it.



R 1401 – Instructions for Local Jurisdictions and Law Enforcement Officers

  1. Division Protocol for Retail Marijuana Establishments

    1. The Division shall forward a copy of all new Retail Marijuana Establishment applications to the relevant local jurisdiction.

    2. The Division shall forward half of the total application fee with the copy of the Retail Marijuana Establishment application to the relevant local jurisdiction.

    3. The Division shall notify relevant local jurisdictions when an application for a Retail Marijuana Establishment is either approved or denied. This includes new business applications, renewal business applications, change of location applications, transfer of ownership applications, premises modification applications, and off-premises storage permit applications. 

    4. Any license issued or renewed by the Division for Retail Marijuana Establishments shall be conditioned upon relevant local jurisdiction approval of the application. If a local jurisdiction elects not to approve or deny this activity, the local jurisdiction must provide written notification acknowledging receipt of the application.

  2. Local Jurisdiction Protocol for Retail Marijuana Establishments

    1. As soon as practicable, local jurisdictions that have prohibited the operation of Retail Marijuana Establishments shall inform the Division, in writing, of such prohibition and shall include a copy of the applicable ordinance or resolution.

    2. If a local jurisdiction will authorize the operation of Retail Marijuana Establishments, it shall inform the Division of the local point-of-contact on Retail Marijuana regulatory matters. The local jurisdiction shall include, at minimum, the name of the division or branch of local government, the mailing address of that entity, and telephone number.

    3. Local jurisdictions may impose separate local licensing or approval requirements related to the time, place, manner, and number of Retail Marijuana Establishments, and shall otherwise determine if an application meets those local requirements.

    4. The relevant local jurisdiction shall notify the Division, in writing, of whether an application for a Retail Marijuana Establishment complies with local restrictions and requirements, and whether the application is approved or denied based on that review. If a local jurisdiction makes any written findings of fact, a copy of those written findings shall be included with the notification.

  3. Local Jurisdiction Inspections. The relevant local jurisdictions and their investigators may inspect Retail Marijuana Establishments during all business hours and other times of apparent activity, for the purpose of inspection or investigation

  4. Local Jurisdiction Authority. Nothing in these rules shall be construed to limit the authority of local jurisdictions as established by the Retail Code or otherwise by law.

  5. Local Law Enforcement’s Authority Not Impaired by Retail Code. Nothing in the Retail Code or any rules promulgated pursuant to it shall be construed to limit the ability of local police departments, sheriffs, or other state or local law enforcement agencies to investigate unlawful activity in relation to a Retail Marijuana Establishment, and such agencies shall have the ability to run a Colorado Crime Information Center criminal history check of an Applicant or Licensee or employee of an Applicant or Licensee during an investigation of unlawful activity related to Retail Marijuana or a Retail Marijuana Establishment. This includes, but is not limited to, inspecting and investigating Retail Marijuana Establishments to ensure they are in compliance with all local jurisdiction regulations related to time, place, manner, and number.



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