About the Dispensary

What are your hours?

We are open 7am-10pm, 7 days a week and all holidays.

Do you take credit cards?

Unfortunately, federal regulations keep us from offering payment with credit cards at this time – we’re cash only. However, as soon as we can make credit card payments possible, we will – we know paying with cash can be inconvenient, so thank you for your patience. We do have an ATM on the premises.

Can I consume your wonderful products on-site?

Nope. Onsite consumption of marijuana at a dispensary is prohibited to the public by the Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program rules. Sorry.

Are children allowed in dispensaries? What is the age limit for buying?

Sorry, but minors under 18 are not allowed inside any part of a dispensary where marijuana is present, even if they are patients or employees. Recreational sales are only for those 21 and over.

What Types of Products do you Sell?

The best way to find out is to check out our online store – then you can place a pre-order while you’re there! We carry a wide variety of flowers, edibles, cartridges, extracts, topicals, tinctures, accessories and more!

About Recreational Marijuana in Oregon

Who can buy recreational marijuana?

Anyone 21 and over with a valid ID can buy marijuana at Green Front. That includes people from out of state and out of country.

What kind of ID will I need to show?

You will need to present a driver’s license or other government-issued ID that shows your date of birth. If you’re not from the US, that means your passport.

Is Marjuana Taxed?

Yes. There’s a 20% tax on recreational marijuana products. 17% is for the state, the other 3% goes to Portland. And it pays for great things like schools and public health! Really, you should just think of it as a charitable donation 🙂 But, if you have an OMMP card, you don’t need to pay tax.

Where Can I Consume Marijuana?

The state say marijuana can’t be consumed in a public place. That means not in a park, not on the bus, not in the hallway, not in a restaurant, etc. Not everyone follows this rule, but you’re safest consuming cannabis in the comfort of your own home (or a friend’s!).

Can I Take Marijuana Back Home?

If you live anywhere in Oregon and you aren’t flying, you sure can. But, if you’re crossing state lines, even to Washington or California where recreational marijuana is legal, you’re committing a federal offense. Not a good idea.

About Medical Marijuana in Oregon (OMMP)

Who can buy medical marijuana?

To buy medical marijuana at Green Front, you need a valid OMMP card and valid ID.

What's the Difference between Medical and Recreational Marijuana?

Medical marijuana customers at Green Front don’t have to pay tax, and they can purchase some medical-only items that aren’t available to our recreational customers.

About Delivery and Pre-Orders

I Can Get Cannabis Delivered?!? How?

All you really need to do is head over to our online store and add items to your cart, go to checkout, enter your shipping info – you know the drill. We can only deliver to private residences within Portland city limits. You will need to be 21+ and have proof of ID and cash ready for us – we’ll email or text you when your order is out for delivery. However, if you have a valid OMMP card and want to purchase medical marijuana, you need to sign up for a Medical Customer account to get access to special products and skip out on taxes. Oh, and we’re just getting started with this, so please be patient while we work out any kinks in the system.

How Can I Place a Pre-Order?

Placing a pre-0rder is very similar to getting delivery. All you really need to do is head over to our online store and add items to your cart, go to checkout, enter your info – you know the drill. Then, in shipping options, choose “Pickup at the Dispensary.” You will need to be 21+ and have proof of ID – we’ll email or text you when your order is ready for pick-up. However, if you have a valid OMMP card and want to purchase medical marijuana, you need to sign up for a Medical Customer account to get access to special products and skip out on taxes.