nyo County Agricultural Commissioner Nate Reade announced that the county will again be accepting applications to operate cannabis businesses within the unincorporated portions of Inyo County beginning on June 10, 2019.
The license application window will remain open to potential business owners at least until August 9, 2019.
Once the application window closes, scoring of applications will occur with a final determination made by the Inyo County Board of Supervisors at a public meeting.
Application fees will remain $2,711.89. License fees, which will be charged if an applicant is successful, are set at $8,850.00.
A list of available license types by licensing zone is posted on the both the Inyo County and Inyo County Agricultural Commissioner’s websites.
The business license is one component necessary for a cannabis business to be legal in Inyo County, the other being a conditional use permit for the property where the business activities will occur.
Interested individuals can find more information at the Inyo County website,
www.inyocounty.us, or at the Inyo/Mono Counties Agricultural Commissioner’s site at