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The CCB office will be closed to the public Monday, April 8

Following state guidance on planning for the solar eclipse, the CCB office will be closed to the public on Monday, April 8. Office staff will be working remotely. Visit our website for contact information should you need assistance from a member of CCB staff on that day.

The CCB office will resume normal operations on Tuesday, April 9.

The CCB would like to encourage all Vermonters and visitors to enjoy the occasion safely and responsibly.

The CCB office has moved

This week, the CCB office moved to its permanent location on the third floor at 89 Main Street in Montpelier. The CCB had been temporarily located on the second floor during construction.

89 Main Street is the City Center building in downtown Montpelier. The CCB office can be found by taking the elevator or stairs to the third floor. Signs will indicate our office.

If you need assistance locating the office or aren't sure whether a question might require a visit, please contact us:

Tier-3 (All) & Tier-2 (Mixed) Cultivation Applications Due Before April 1

On February 28, 2024 the Cannabis Control Board voted to indefinitely close the window to submit applications for all types of tier-3 cultivation licenses and mixed tier-2 cultivation licenses, effective midnight April 1st, 2024. This means that applicants or licensees wishing to be licensed as any type of tier-3 cultivator or as a tier-2 mixed cultivator must submit a complete application for licensure by March 31, 2024.

Incorrect Product Registration Notifications

We are aware of an error in a communication sent to some licensees over the past few days.

CCB staff recently sent an email to licensees with incomplete product registration submissions. However, in processing the list of licensees, some licensees received incomplete notifications for product registrations that they did not submit. This was an error on our part, and we are working to remedy the issue.

Hop Latent Viroid Detected in Vermont

A highly contagious cannabis pathogen, Hop Latent Viroid (also referred to as HLV, HpLV, HpLVd, HLVd, or “dudding” disease) has been detected at a licensed tier 1 cultivation site in Vermont.

Physical symptoms of HLVd can be hard to detect but may include stunted plant growth and under-developed trichomes. Often, the disease is not diagnosed until harvest and potency testing – HLVd-positive cannabis may contain roughly half the THC of healthy plants.

Seasonal License Application Window Closure - 4/28/23

On Monday, February 27, 2023, the Cannabis Control Board voted to seasonally close the license application window for all tiers of outdoor and mixed-use cultivators.

The application window for new outdoor and mixed-use cultivators will close at the end of the business day (4:30pm ET) on Friday, April 28, 2023, and re-open at the start of business (7:45am) on Friday, December 1, 2023.

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