New restrictions are to be put against unincorporated Boulder County residents against growing your own marijuana. The restrictions would limit indoor growing to single-family residential dwelling units, meaning growing would be banned in duplexes, condos or apartment buildings.
Marijuana would also be banned from being growing in homes for the purpose of sale or profit. It would also stipulate that no more than a total of 6 plants could be grown on a single-family residential property.
The current code allows anyone to grow as long as it occupies no more than 300 sq feet in the home. The restrictions aim to address concerns about odors and possible fires in shared residential
The proposed code would also specify that residential marijuana processing and cultivation “must not result in noise or vibration, light, odor, dust, smoke, particulate or other air pollution noticeable at or beyond the property line.”