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|Total # of Licenses||4305 - 2693 Active Licensees|
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|Total # of Counties||38|
|Total # of Cities/Towns||240 cities, towns, and villages, and 1,004 special districts.|
|County population in 2019||654,741|
Adult-use cannabis in Oregon is regulated by the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC).
Oregon licenses seven different facility types in its adult use cannabis program.
The OLCC opened the application period for adult use cannabis licensing on January 4, 2016 and the process is still on-going for most license types. Due to an oversupply in the state, the OLCC stopped processing new producer applications per Senate Bill 218.
A licensee can hold multiple licenses and/or license types. There is no set limit on how many licenses that can be held by a particular licensee however Laboratory license holders can not have interest in any other license types.
No, Oregon does not require that facility license owners hold residency in the state.