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In this article we present some interesting facts about the city with a focus on the main issue, Medical Marijuana . 

We answer the important and  frequently asked questions about MMJ:

  • Where can I buy good legal lab tested pot in town?
  • How can I become a legal Medical Marijuana consumer?
  • Where can I find a Cannabis club in town?
  • How can I get a 420 Medical Marijuana Doctor recommendation?
  • Is there a nearby place I can get a MMJ ID card?
  • Can I get Marijuana delivered to my home in La Mesa?
  • Where is a nearby dispensary with Marijuana high in CBD?
  • Can I grow weed at home in La Mesa?
  • What are the latest ordinances that affect my life as a marijuana user and grower?
  • Where can I get a Doctor's recommendation and growers permit?
  • Where can I find a good Medical Marijuana lawyer in the La Mesa?

About La Mesa

La Mesa sports a population of about 60,000 people, many of which use medical marijuana.   The territory around La Mesa was originally a part of a land grant made from the King of Spain to missionaries.  The original settlement appeared in the annals of history around 1869. By 1900, the settlement's population stood at a microscopic 150 residents. The city itself was incorporated some fifty-ish years later in 1912 with a population of but a few thousand.  Interestingly, the city adheres to the laws of California rather than making specific ordinances.  And why not?  What have other municipalities really gained by re-inventing the wheel  -so to speak.

Lumber was one of the first of going concerns. The city is not without innovation. One of the first ever bottled water companies was formed and operated out of the city in 1907. The return of veterans from World War II sparked exponential growth until 1980.  The city's population has grown little in the past thirty years.

Did you know? 

In 1974: Downtown merchants held their first Oktoberfest celebration. This festivity has become the longest continuously running civic event in La Mesa history.


California NORML Medical Marijuana Legal Referral Guide - City of La Mesa

James J. Warner
[email protected]
3233 Third Ave San Diego CA 92103

Anthony Imbimbo CPA APC
(619) 497-1040
[email protected]
2445 Fifth Avenue Suite 350 San Diego, CA 92101

Michael E. Cindrich
(619) 262-2500
750 B Street Suite 3300 San Diego CA 92101

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The Latest Cannabis Ordinances, MMJ Permits, Marijuana Zoning, Meetings and News


BAD NEWS City of La Mesa Medical Marijuana Initiative, Proposition J (November 2014)

Proposition is a  City of La Mesa Medical Marijuana Initiative, A Proposition J question was on the November 4, 2014 election ballot for voters in the city of La Mesa in San Diego County, California. However, it was defeated, that is for the time being.

Another proposition, Proposition F,  would have repealed the city's prohibition on the public sale of marijuana, including medical marijuana, and established a set of restrictions and regulations to govern medical marijuana growth and retail in the city.

La Mesa's last skirmishes with illegal pot dispensaries?  10 An assessment of landscape in advance of November 8, 2016 vote

La Mesa voters will decide whether to approve a citizen-sponsored initiative to allow medical marijuana dispensaries in the city, a proposal voters rejected in November 2014. Since then, the La Mesa City Council voted in December 2015 to ban mobile medical marijuana dispensaries, and the council on June 28 approved a fund transfer “not to exceed $72,000” for “unexpected legal services” that include cases involving illegal brick-and-mortar dispensaries.

“We are working on 13 cases right now, and they are all in various stages of code enforcement or going through the legal process of shutting them down.” - City Manager Yvonne Garrett

The ordinance specifies the zones where dispensaries, manufacturing, and cultivation will be allowed. Conditional use permits will be required, along with security measures, including cameras, alarms, and guards.


“As a result of these actions, we’re making no changes to La Mesa’s existing policies, these ordinances reaffirm our position that these activities are not permitted in La Mesa.”

The City Council approved two ordinances that re-affirm and confirm the city’s existing laws, also expressly banning delivery of medical cannabis. The actions were taken following the adoption of a series of regulations covering the sale and cultivation of marijuana by the state that were signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown.


Marijuana Dispensary Robber Convicted of Murder

Though medical marijuana dispensaries are not crime hot spots statistically ......after a day of deliberations, a jury found Bell guilty of murder, attempted murder and two robbery counts stemming from holdups at Illusions smoke shop on El Cajon Boulevard on April 21, 2014, and an armed robbery at the Greener Alternative marijuana dispensary in North Park four days later.

FED IS STILL TREADING LOUDLY ON CALIFORNIA STATE PROPERTY Marijuana found in La Mesa home during search warrant

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration investigators made three arrests on the 4000 block of Harbinson Avenue after conducting a search warrant for marijuana cultivation at the residence.
Upon entering, agents discovered a marijuana cultivation operation along with a Butane Hash Oil Laboratory. Butane is commonly used in the manufacturing process.


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What medical conditions and symptoms qualify you - to use, purchase and possess medical marijuana legally in the state of California?

Patients in California diagnosed with one of the following medical conditions, are afforded legal protection under the California Medical Marijuana law, as per Ballot Proposition 215:

  • AIDS
  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Side effects of Chemotherapy
  • Pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • HIV
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Radiation Side Effects

And any other chronic or persistent medical symptom that substantially limits the ability of the person to conduct one or more major life activities (as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) or, if not alleviated, may cause serious harm to the patient's safety or physical or mental health.