Supervisor Anderson has heard the community’s concerns regarding
illegal pot shops and agrees that aggressive enforcement must be
implemented. The Board of Supervisors approved county staff to build a
framework of what our cannabis ordinances should do and Anderson is
working to ensure that any changes include full transparency and
Anderson successfully added $500,000 to the San Diego County Sheriff
for immediate and aggressive enforcement on unlicensed, illegal
dispensaries, labs or related facilities. Anderson’s efforts also
included expanding buffer zones up-to 1,000 feet from critical
neighborhood areas such as parks, churches, and daycare centers.
If you know of an illegal pot shop operating in San Diego County,
please use the form below to notify Supervisor Anderson and his
staff. Include as much information as you have available.