Security system rebates available for city of Sacramento cannabis facilities

City of Sacramento cannabis businesses starting July 7 at noon can apply for rebates of up to $4,000 for the purchase of new or upgraded security systems.

Managed by the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM), the rebates can be used to purchase new or upgraded security system components to comply with the City’s updated cannabis security requirements.

The funds for the program are made available through the Local Jurisdiction Assistance Grant from the Department of Cannabis Control. 

“Thank you to the Department of Cannabis Control for making these funds available so local cannabis businesses can more easily meet local and state security compliance,” said City Cannabis Manager Davina Smith. “These rebates will help keep our local cannabis businesses safe and will support the City’s equity program by supporting a quicker path to obtaining local permits and annual state licensing.”

Funding is available for approximately 250 rebates of $4,000 each. The rebate program will remain open until all funds have been expended.

“The Sacramento Police Department has worked with OCM to generate updated security requirements for cannabis businesses in light of new technology and what we have seen be effective against security breaches in the past,” said Sacramento Police Department Sergeant Matt Young. “An upgraded security system can also result in lower insurance premiums for businesses.”

Information on the rebate program requirements, eligibility, submittal forms and more will be posted on the Security Rebates page of OCM’s website.

For questions regarding specifications of security systems, please contact Sgt. Matt Young with the Sacramento Police Department CPTED/CLU Unit at or at (916) 808-0867.

For all other questions, please contact OCM at (916) 808-8955 or by email at

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