Notice of Meeting
City of Lincoln Park
Marihuana License Lottery
February 22, 2021 6:30 p.m.
In accordance with Senate Bill #SB-1108 the City of Lincoln Park is conducting this special meeting of the City Council remotely using Zoom. This action is intended to facilitate necessary City business without unduly compromising public health, safety, and welfare. Attendees may participate in the meeting using Zoom, either online or by phone.
Topic: Marihuana Lottery
Time: Feb 22, 2021, 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Kerry A. Kehrer, City Clerk
Marihuana Business License Applications are now available
Please click the link below for the application packet or call the City Clerk's Office for an appointment to pick up a printed packet (313)386-1800 ext. 1248 or 1247
Marihuana Business License Application
Applications are due by January 19, 2021
November 9, 2020 - Ordinance Amendments Approved by City Council
City Council recently approved two ordinance amendments regarding Marihuana businesses in the General Industrial District.
Marihuana Zoning Ordinance
Marihuana License Ordinance
Information regarding Applications will be added soon. Please check back regularly for additional Updates.
On Monday, March 11, 2019, Mayor and Council held a Study Session to allow residents a platform to provide their input on whether the City should opt-out of allowing Marihuana related business to operate within the City. The video was held in Council Chambers and can be viewed here.
Additional documents can be found here
On Tuesday November 4, 2019 a citizen's iniatiated proposal was passed by the voters in Lincoln Park to allow for marihuana businesses to operate within the City of Lincoln Park’s General Industrial District. This shall include secure transporters, safety compliance facilities, cultivation, processing, retail and medical marihuana provisioning centers. The City shall issue no more than two (2) licenses for provisioning centers and retail facilities and one (1) license for each remaining category of businesses. Provisioning centers and retail facilities shall be open to the public no earlier than 9:00 a.m. and will close no later than 10:00 p.m.
On Monday, December 2, 2019 the City Council voted to hire an outside attorney to draft the Ordinances and procedures necessary to govern those businesses. The law firm of Clark-Hill is working to draft an Ordinance and to establish policies and procedures necessary for the process.
As further information becomes available, including meetings and the availabilty of applications, we will add that information to this page.
STUDY SESSION to discuss the proposed Recreational Marihuana Business Ordinance is scheduled for March 23, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in the John A. Aloisi Council Chambers, 1355 Southfield Rd. Lincoln Park, MI 48146.