Yes! You can easily order your favorite cannabis products online. We will quickly prepare your order – whether edibles, concentrates, flower, topicals, etc. – and have it ready when you come to pick it up!
Kaleafa Cannabis Company Tigard Dispensary is located at 11540 SW Pacific Hwy, Tigard, OR 97223. We have additional dispensary locations throughout Washington and Oregon, which you can find here.
Our Tigard cannabis dispensary is located on the Pacific Highway near the I5 exit. We share a parking lot with the Tigard Food Carts and are across from Fred Meyer.
Kaleafa Cannabis Company Tigard is conveniently located near Sherwood, Lake Oswego, Tualatin, King City, Metzger, SW Portland, and Lake Grove, among other local neighborhoods. We invite you to join us for your next dispensary experience.
Many dispensaries in Oregon accept debit cards, and some may also accept credit cards, though this is less common due to federal banking regulations. It’s best to check directly with the dispensary or have cash as a backup.
In Oregon, individuals 21 years of age or older can legally consume cannabis. This applies to both residents and non-residents.
Yes, you must present a valid, government-issued photo ID proving you are at least 21 years old to purchase cannabis in any dispensary in Oregon, including Kaleafa Cannabis Company.
Most dispensaries in Oregon, including likely Kaleafa Cannabis Company Tigard Dispensary, offer a wide range of cannabis products. This can include flower, pre-rolls, edibles, concentrates, vapes, tinctures, and topicals.
Yes, non-residents 21 and older can purchase cannabis in Oregon, subject to the same purchase limits as residents.
We offer online ordering on our website. You can place an order online here and pick it up directly in store. We do not currently offer delivery.
We are open daily from 8AM to 10PM. For holiday hours, be sure to check out our Google Maps Listing.
Oregon law allows the purchase of up to 1 ounce of flower, 16 ounces of solid edibles, 72 ounces of liquid products, 5 grams of concentrates, and 4 immature plants per day for recreational users.
Oregon imposes a 17% state tax on cannabis sales, with the possibility of an additional local tax up to 3%. The total tax can be up to 20%.
Cannabis consumption is allowed on private property but is illegal in public places, including federal land, national parks, and in vehicles. It’s important to consume responsibly and in accordance with local regulations.