On October 7, Seattle City Council passed legislation limiting the amount of growing, processing, selling, and delivery of marijuana and related products allowed in certain areas of Seattle. Specifically, the legislation:
- Establishes limits on the amount of marijuana and related products that can be grown, processed, sold, or delivered in certain residential and character areas as well as historic districts and the stadium transition overlay district
- Modifies size limits for agricultural uses in industrial areas
- Modifies the definition of “food processing” to clarify that it includes processing of marijuana
- Establishes definitions for marijuana and marijuana products
Regulations for marijuana-related businesses, as modified by this legislation, are now summarized in Tip 134, Businesses involving the Growing, Processing, Selling or Delivery of Marijuana.