Florida Dispensary License Application Period Ended on January 31, 2017


Florida Dispensary License Application Period Ended on January 31, 2017 

Osceola County was accepting Medical Marijuana Dispensary Applications since January 3rd, 2017.  Ms. Sabina Contreras, GreenAcre’s Vice President, attended a meeting on February 8th, 2017, with County Officials regarding the establishment of the Commission that will be in charge of evaluating the 8 applications. Only 8 applicants applied for a license in Osceola County. The County required a $10,000.00 application fee. 

The application process ended on January 31, 2017.  The county’s application consisted in submitting a business narrative pursuant to Ordinance #2016-97.  The business narrative was supposed to encompase at minimum, the following:

  • Previous dispensing experience in a regulated market in any state.

  • Technical ability

  • Qualifications of security team

  • Qualifications of medical director

Please join us in wishing the best of luck to our clients who applied for a dispensary license in Osceola County!

GreenAcre is already working on the license application process in other counties and cities within the state of Florida.

Please click the link below to have access to Osceola’s Dispensary Application.


03/18/2017 Updated – Information

GreenAcre Consulting Team has access to great resources, knowing where and when to apply for a dispensary license. Different cities and counties within the state of Florida are already taking dispensary applications, regardless of the fact that the Senate is still in session. 

GreenAcre continuously informs clients and prospective clients with news related to the Cannabis Industry. GreenAcre consults on best industry practices, while assisting clients with business plans, license application, federal and state compliance, providing resources for the design and build of the projects, among others. GreenAcre offers different services for clients and potential clients that want to be part of the Cannabis Industry. From lobbying at the local and state level to consulting services for the application of licenses. GreenAcre also provides consulting services to government entities, to date, Belize and Guyana.

If you are looking to apply for a license in any state, or if you are looking to use our network and resources, please contact us today.

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