Right now in Fresno, there’s a lot of tension going on between residents and county officials regarding an ordinance that banned all 420 cultivation in the county’s unincorporated areas. That ordinance followed a 2012 ordinance that banned all Fresno dispensaries storefronts in the area.
The ordinance has been highly opposed by patients who need Fresno 420 delivery services for their conditions. An editorial in the local newspaper The Fresno Bee even argued for a change in the medical marijuana ban. Even Fresno County Superior Court Judge Dale Ikeda had questions regarding the legality of the county’s actions on the issue
Fresno zip codes for medical cannabis delivery include 93650 93701 93702 93703 93704 93705 93706 93710 93711 93720 93721 93722 93723 93725 93726 93727 93728 93730 93737.
The new ordinance prohibited any indoor or outdoor cultivation of marijuana even by qualified patients. There’s supposed to be a 15-day notice that must be given when the police consider the activity a nuisance, and after that there’s a fine of a thousand dollars per plant along with a 10% interest on unpaid fines. But according to Judge Ikeda, it seems the police are not even giving the 15-day notice before they chop down plants and assess fines.
If you’re a patient in need of marijuana, then your only options are either to drive all the way to another city to get the marijuana you want or to simply contact a Medical Marijuana club/ Cannabis Delivery service which can bring the medical marijuana to you. The delivery service is obviously a better option, as you can discuss the choice of marijuana variety that will serve your needs best with the delivery service personnel.
Fresno is the county seat of Fresno County in California, and today there seems to be a fight brewing between city officials and a sizable number of medical patients who need marijuana among the city’s 516,000 residents. Not only are medical dispensaries and outdoor grows outlawed, but they even prohibited indoor grows as well. The city as well as the entire Fresno County have been imposing heavy fines to law breakers.
You’re not alone in needing marijuana in Fresno County. According to the National Cancer Institute, Fresno is home to 2,130 cancer patients. Cancer is one of the conditions which can be treated by cannabis, as smoking marijuana can really alleviate the pain. While it may not be widely available in your area, a quick call to a marijuana delivery service can solve your problem.