(C) Any cannabis cultivation in violation of this chapter is also subject to the California Uniform Controlled Substances Act (Division 10 of the California Health and Safety Code), including the provisions in Chapter 8, (commencing with Section 11469) relating to the seizure, forfeiture, and destruction of property.
(B) In addition to any other remedy allowed by law, any person who violates a provision of this chapter may be subject to criminal sanctions, civil actions, and a nuisance enforcement action pursuant to Title 16, Chapter 16.18 of this code and as indicated in this section.
(G) If the parcel and private residence are not owned by the cultivator, the cultivator must have a legal right to occupy and use the parcel and private residence in order to cultivate cannabis. The cultivator shall obtain written consent of the property owner prior to any cultivation commencing in compliance with this section. Said consent must be evidenced by a signed and notarized statement from the property owner permitting cultivation on the affected parcel and contain a statement to demonstrate that the owner or owners have acknowledged, consented to and granted permission to the cultivator for the cultivation of cannabis in an amount in accordance with this chapter, provided that such cultivation does not violate any existing rental or lease agreement. Nothing in this chapter requires the owner or owners of the parcel and private residence to consent to and allow the cultivation of cannabis by a cultivator. Nothing in this chapter authorizes the cultivation of cannabis in violation of the rules of a homeowners’ association, deed restrictions, or other property conditions and covenants. If there is more than one owner of the parcel and private residence, all such owners must have acknowledged, consented to and granted permission to the cultivator for the cultivation of cannabis in an amount in accordance with this chapter, and indicated that such cultivation does not violate any existing rental or lease agreement. The written statement shall be valid for twelve (12) months from the signing of the written statement. If ownership of the parcel or private residence changes during the twelve (12) month period, the cultivator must obtain, within thirty (30) days of the change of ownership, a new permission statement, meeting the criteria set forth herein. (SCC 1637 § 7, 2019; SCC 1609 § 8, 2017; SCC 1561 § 1, 2014.)
(A) The cultivation occurs within either, but not both:
Sect. 6.88.050 – Personal Cultivation Restrictions
No person owning, leasing, occupying, or having charge or possession of any premises used for residential purposes, shall cause, allow, or permit the cultivation of cannabis on the premises, unless it is conducted in accordance with the following provisions:
*indicates the city has a cannabis equity program (or is in development of one)
Sacramento is the capital city of the U.S. state of California and the seat of Sacramento County. It is at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in the northern portion of California’s expansive Central Valley. Its estimated 2014 population of 485,199 made it the sixth-largest city in California. Sacramento is the cultural and economic core of the Sacramento metropolitan area, which includes seven counties with a 2010 population of 2,414,783.
(A) A violation of this chapter is unlawful, and is hereby declared a misdemeanor and a public nuisance.
(C) Outdoor and commercial cultivation on any parcel is prohibited.
Neighbors started complaining of the smell of marijuana coming from the homes, prompting detectives to look into the operation a little closer.
So why are there still illegal marijuana grows in California? President of the Cannabinoid Industry Association, Priscilla Agoncillo, says illegal marijuana is cheaper.
WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police say they have uncovered a large indoor marijuana growing operation that involved three separate homes within one West Sacramento block.
“When you buy from a regulated market you know that it’s tested, it’s compliant, those are things that people are willing to pay for,” Agoncillo said.