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Posted on: September 13, 2023

Regulation of Cannabinoid Products in Wayzata

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Last week, on September 5, the City Council approved the second reading and adoption of Ordinance 828 and 829 regarding the regulation of cannabinoid products. 

What does this mean?

Ordinance 828 Regulating the Sale of Edible Cannabinoid Products (Low-Potency)

Adopting this ordinance allows the City to regulate the sale of these products and ensure business owners remain compliant. 

  • If you wish to sell these products or have questions about licensing through the City, please visit or call 952 404 5300.
  • Please note that if you are currently selling these products, you will need to register with the Minnesota Department of Health by October 1, 2023, or you will not be allowed to continue selling these products.
More information from MDH:
Ordinance 829 Amending City Code on Use of Cannabis and Tobacco in Public Spaces

This means no person shall consume or use intoxicating liquor, tobacco-related products, or cannabis products within any public park. This includes one of our newest parks, Panoway Plaza. 

These locations within the City of Wayzata are:
  • Wayzata Municipal Beach and Marina
  • Bell Courts
  • Klapprich Field
  • Wayzata Depot and adjacent land and docks
  • Broadway dock and adjacent land
  • Big Woods Preserve
  • Heritage Park
  • Little Beach Pedestrian Pier
  • Margaret Circle Park
  • Post Office Pocket Park
  • Shaver Park
  • Wayzata West Middle School Courts
  • Engel Street Play Area
  • Children’s Garden and City Hall Park
  • Great Lawn (across from the Hotel Landing)
  • Nature Center
  • Panoway

The exact addresses of these locations can be found online. 

Cannabis was also added to the list of substances, in addition to liquor, that are not authorized for consumption on public streets and other public areas.

Important note: While it is legal to use high-potency cannabis in certain private spaces, it is still currently illegal to sell.

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