City of Los Angeles Releases Software For Forecasting Cannabis Retail Locations in Community Plan Areas

The Los Angeles Department of Cannabis
Regulation released a geographic information system for public use. The mapping
and analytical software tool outlines each Community Plan Areas (CPA) and the
number of retail licenses available within the highlighted CPA per the City’s
definition of Undue Concentration.  CPAs
were designated by the City of Los Angeles in 2018 as local regions with a cap
of licenses within the designated boundaries.

Additional data layers can be added to
the map to assess whether a location meets sensitive use setbacks such as pin
points of pending applications, locations of already authorized businesses, and
outlines of City Council Districts.

Visit the insightful mapping software here.

McAllister Garfield, P.C.’s California attorneys are available to advise your marijuana business in licensing matters including assessing the adequacy of your proposed location. If you have any questions, please contact Navid Brewster in the firm’s Los Angeles office at nbrewster@mcallistergarfield.com.