***BURN BAN IN EFFECT FOR SEMINOLE COUNTY*** Per the Board of County Commissioners of Seminole County, Seminole County is under a Burn Ban for 14 days. Resolution #016-22-23 Declaring a Burn Ban for Seminole County can be seen under the Board of County Commissioners tab.

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority


Beginning on August 3, 2020, any applications for a commercial medical marijuana permit shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable application fee in the amount of $2000.00 for the initial inspection annually and $300.00 for each additional inspection. A separate permit will be required for each location, and the permit is nontransferable. The permit shall be valid for one year and shall expire on the last day of the month in which the permit is issued of the year following issuance or renewal of the permit. The permittee shall apply for renewal of the commercial medical marijuana business permit at least forty-five (45) days before the expiration of the permit.

An application for a commercial medical marijuana permit shall be made to the County on the Certificate of Compliance forms provided by the State of Oklahoma for that purpose or other forms prescribed by the County.

An inspection of the proposed medical marijuana business by the authorized agent of the County shall be conducted by the Central Oklahoma Economic Development District and shall be required prior to issuance of a permit.

The processing of the application by the Seminole County Commissioners is not complete until the County has:


OMMA Resources and Downloads

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Seminole County OMMA Resolution 007-2020 Seminole County OMMA Resolution 007-2020 rules and regulations.
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Seminole County OMMA Inspection Review Any Grow, Processing or Dispensary facility must be inspected annually to operate as a commercial OMMA business.
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Carbon Dioxide Plan Review Submittal Requirements The following is a list of requirements and permit application for Carbon Dioxide. All carbon dioxide must be permitted through the Oklahoma State Fire Marshal's office.