Amendment 64 allows for the local governments to regulate the marijuana industry.

Colorado municipalities and counties have the authority under Amendment 64 to prohibit commercialized recreational marijuana or permit the sale of recreational marijuana within their jurisdictions.  Numerous factors, including social costs, have resulted in an overwhelming majority of Colorado cities and counties opting out of marijuana commercialization.

For more information on which cities and counties have opted out of marijuana commercialization and how cities and counties are handling challenges from marijuana commercialization, please see the website of the Colorado Municipal League (CML).

 

County
Prohibit
Moratorium
Allow
Prohibit new establishments
AdamsX
Alamosa
Arapahoe
ArchuletaX
BacaX
BentX
BoulderX
BroomfieldX
ChaffeeX
CheyenneX
Clear CreekX
ConejosX
CostillaX
CrowleyX
CusterX
DeltaX
DenverX
DoloresX
DouglasX
EagleX
El PasoX
ElbertX
FremontX
GarfieldX
GilpinX
GrandX
GunnisonX
HinsdaleX
HuerfanoX
JacksonX
JeffersonX
KiowaX
Kit CarsonX
La PlataX
LakeX
LarimerX
Las AnimasX
LincolnX
LoganX
MesaX
MineralX
MoffatX
MontezumaX
MontroseX
MorganX
OteroX
OurayX
ParkX
PhillipsX
PitkinX
ProwersX
PuebloX
Rio BlancoX
RouttX
SaguacheX
San JuanX
San MiguelX
SedgwickX
SummitX
TellerX
WashingtonX
WeldX
YumaX