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Inspections and Compliance

OMMA is responsible for conducting an annual compliance inspection and an annual audit for every licensed business.


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Business Complaints

Complaints about medical marijuana businesses are reviewed by the Compliance Department. Compliance inspectors and/or law enforcement officers from the Enforcement Department may follow up on complaints for further investigation.

Use the OMMA Business Complaint Form to make a complaint. You may remain anonymous if you want. Please provide as much information as possible, with specific details. Complaints are reviewed in the order received, but threats to public health and safety are prioritized.


Monthly Reporting

The current monthly reporting process will continue for all activity through at least May 31, even after businesses transitioned to full Metrc compliance.

All commercial licensees must continue all monthly reporting using the OMMA Monthly Reporting Template for activity through May 31. The last template with activity through May 31 is due June 15.

Dispensaries, transporters and waste disposal facilities must continue using the OMMA Monthly Reporting Template for any untagged sales, transports and waste disposal through Aug. 24.

Metrc will meet the monthly reporting requirements and the template is no longer necessary for all tagged sales, transports and waste disposal after May 31.


Processor Forms and Resources


Grower Forms and Resources


Dispensary Forms and Resources


Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Licensing

Commercial licensees may be required to obtain a nursery grower and/or dealer license from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry. Please visit the ODAFF website for more information about requirements and applications.


Sales Tax Permits

Commercial license applicants must get sales tax permits before OMMA issues a license. Dispensaries will be required to report two sources of tax to the Oklahoma Tax Commission: sales tax and the 7% gross receipts tax. Visit the Oklahoma Tax Commission website or call (405) 521-3160 for details.


Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (OBNDD) Registration

Grower, processor, dispensary, laboratory and research facility applicants must register with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (OBNDD) after receiving a license from OMMA. See 63 O.S. §§ 2-101 & 2-302. This is required by law before any medical marijuana or medical marijuana products are present at the business. See OAC 475:10-1-9(a).

  • Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) registration is not required for OBNDD registration.
  • Growers and processors should register with OBNDD under the “Manufacturer” category.*
  • Dispensaries should register with OBNDD under the “Distributor” category.*
  • Laboratories should register with OBNDD under the "Analytical Labs" category.*
  • Education Facilities should register with OBNDD under the "Teaching Instititution" category and select Schedule 1 within the application.*
  • Researchers should register with OBNDD under the "Scientific Researcher" category.*
  • Patients growing for personal use are not required to register.
  • Registration is required by the name of a business, not by the name of the owner.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: Businesses with multiple licenses at multiple sites and/or multiple license types should contact OBNDD to determine the correct registration process. Depending on the specific situation, the necessary registration type may differ from what is noted above.

For more information, contact the OBNDD registration department at (405) 521-2885 or visit the OBNDD Registration Website.

Last Modified on Jun 09, 2022
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