Marijuana Licensing Authority

Retail Marijuana Licensing Authority

Created By:

   Ordinance No. 8750 June 23, 2014 (11-11-201 Pueblo Municipal Code)

Medical Marijuana Licensing Authority

Created By:

   Resolution 13045 amended by Ordinance No. 8782 October 14, 2014 (11-10-202 Pueblo Municipal  Code).
                          Provides that the Members of the Retail Marijuana Licensing Board shall also serve as Board Members of the Medical
                          Licensing Authority.


  • 6:00 p.m.
  • 3rd Thursday of the Month
  • Council Chambers, City Hall,  #1 City Hall Place.
  • Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
  • Contact:   City Clerk – 719-553-2669  


The Marijuana Licensing Authority is comprised of 5 members appointed by City Council. Appointments are subject to an interview process conducted by City Council and Must be Residents of the City of Pueblo for 1 Year Prior to Appointment. Terms are for 4 years. 

  • Kimberly Archuletta       -  Term Expires  -   July 1, 2022
  • Margaret Archuletta      - Term Expires   -   July 1, 2021
  • Carla Flores                    - Term Expires   -   July 1, 2020
  • Joe Perko                         - Term Expires   -   July 1, 2023
  • Tom Rose                       - Term Expires   -   July 1, 2022

About the Marijuana Licensing Authority

The Authority as provided in the P.M.C. shall; issue or deny marijuana licenses and renewals of the same within the City; conduct hearings, grant or deny motions, make findings and orders, administer oaths, and issue subpoenas to require the presence of persons and the production of papers, books and records necessary to the determination of any hearing which it is authorized to conduct; to impose sanctions on any license issued by the Authority on its own motion or on complaint by the City for any violation by the licensee after investigation and public hearing at which the licensee shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard; issue approvals and disapprovals; adopt rules and policies for filing applications and requests; and adopt application forms and submission requirements; adopt rules, procedures and policies for its own proceedings; control the mode, manner and order of all proceedings and hearings.