Division of Cannabis Control

891 Mountain Ranch Road
Building E
San Andreas, CA 95249
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PHONE: (209) 754-6070
Tip Line: (209) 754-6336
Mon - Fri: 8am - 4pm
Closed Weekends & Holidays


Please visit the County Holiday Calendar for upcoming closures.


Before Emailing or Calling into the Division of Cannabis Control with your Questions

Visit the Frequently Asked Questions Here


Items of Interest

DCC Cultivation Application Checklist Handout 2 April 2024

DCC Cultivation Application Checklist Handout

A checklist of the documents that are required to be considered a complete submittal of a Cannabis Cultivation application utilizing the new process.

New Cultivation Application Process 1 April 2024

New Cultivation Application Process

On April 1st, 2024, the Calaveras County Division of Cannabis Control unveiled a new application process that looks to streamline and simplify the current process.

Calaveras County Ordinance - Commercial/Non-Commercial Cannabis - 17.95 2 April 2024

Calaveras County Ordinance - Commercial/Non-Commercial Cannabis - 17.95

Link to the Calaveras County Code of Ordinance

CEQA 9 January 2020


View the CEQA documents relating to cannabis.

Frequently Asked Questions 9 January 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

Cannabis frequently asked questions and answers.

Applications 9 January 2020


View & print cannabis application forms.

Tip Lines

Code Compliance 17 January 2020

Code Compliance

For remediation verification or reporting cannabis code violations.

Call: (209)754-6326

Sheriff's Office 17 January 2020

Sheriff's Office

For reporting of illegal cannabis cultivation.

Call: (209)754-6870


On November 26, 2019, the Board of Supervisors was served with Calaveras County Superior Court Case No. 19CV44446, a lawsuit challenging its adoption of the commercial cannabis cultivation ordinance and arguing that the County’s environmental document for this ordinance violates the California Environmental Quality Act.

The County is defending its commercial cannabis regulatory program against this challenge and encourages applicants to seek independent advice about the potential impact of this litigation on any permits issued while it is pending.