(a) An applicant shall submit to the Department, with the application, a complete and detailed diagram of the proposed premises. The diagram shall be used by the Department to determine whether the premises meets the requirements under this division and the Act. The Department shall deny an application if the premises does not qualify for licensure pursuant to Business and Professions Code section 26057.
(b) The diagram shall show the boundaries of the property and the proposed premises to be licensed, showing all boundaries, dimensions, entrances and exits, interior partitions, walls, rooms, windows, and doorways, and shall include a brief statement or description of the principal activity to be conducted therein.
(c) The diagram shall show and identify commercial cannabis activities that will take place in each area of the premises, and identify limited-access areas. Commercial cannabis activities that shall be identified on the diagram include the following, if applicable to the business operations: storage, batch sampling, loading or unloading of shipments, packaging and labeling, customer sales, loading for deliveries, extraction, infusion, cultivation, and processing.
(d) The diagram shall show where all cameras are located and assign a number to each camera for identification purposes unless the premises is exempt from the video surveillance requirement pursuant to section 15315 or section 15044 of this division.
(e) The diagram shall be to scale.
(f) The diagram shall not contain any highlighting and the markings on the diagram shall be in black-and-white print.

(g) If the proposed premises consists of only a portion of a property, the diagram must be labeled indicating which part of the property is the proposed premises and for what purpose(s) the remaining property is used.
(h) If the proposed premises consists of only a portion of a property that will contain two or more licensed premises, the diagram shall clearly show the designated entrances and walls under the exclusive control of the commercial cannabis business for the premises, as well as the designated entrances and walls for each additional premises. The diagram shall also show all proposed common or shared areas of the property. Such areas may include lobbies, bathrooms, hallways, and breakrooms.
(i) If the commercial cannabis business is seeking a license to conduct cultivation activities on the proposed premises, the following must be clearly identified on the premises diagram:
(1) All roads and water crossings on the property.
(2) All water sources identified and labeled for beneficial use type, including but not limited to, irrigation, domestic, fire protection, power, fish and wildlife preservation and enhancement, and recreation.
(3) If the commercial cannabis business is proposing to use a diversion from a waterbody or an underground stream flowing in a known and definite channel, groundwater well, or rain catchment system as a water source for cultivation, include the following locations on the premises diagram with locations also provided as coordinates in either latitude and longitude or the California Coordinate System:
(A) Sources of water used, including the location of waterbody diversions(s), pump locations(s), and distribution system; and
(B) Location, type, and capacity of each water storage unit to be used for cultivation.
(4) The assessor’s parcel number(s).
(5) For applicants for a Specialty Cottage, Specialty, Small, and Medium license:
(A) Canopy area(s), including aggregate square footage if the canopy areas are noncontiguous. All unique areas separated by identifiable boundaries pursuant to section 15000(m) shall be clearly described and labeled in the premises diagram. If mature plants are being cultivated using a shelving system, the surface area of each level shall be included in the total canopy calculation;
(B) Area(s) outside of the canopy where only immature plants shall be maintained, if applicable. This area may not be shared among multiple licenses held by one licensee;
(C) Designated pesticide and other agricultural chemical storage area(s);
(D) Designated processing area(s) if the licensee will process onsite. This area may not be shared among multiple licenses held by one licensee;
(E) Designated packaging area(s) if the licensee will package products onsite. This area may not be shared among multiple licenses held by one licensee;
(F) Designated composting area(s) if the licensee will compost cannabis waste onsite;

(G) Designated secured area(s) for cannabis waste if different from subsection (F) above;
(H) Designated area(s) for harvested cannabis storage;
(I) Designated area(s) for physically segregating cannabis or nonmanufactured cannabis products subject to an administrative hold pursuant to section 17815. This area may not be shared among multiple licenses held by one licensee;
(J) Designated area(s) that are shared between licenses held by one licensee. The shared area(s) must be contiguous, be indicated on the premises diagram for each application, and be one or more of the following designated area(s) shared between licenses held by one licensee: pesticide and other agricultural chemical storage area(s), composting area(s), and secured area(s) for cannabis waste; and
(K) Common use area(s), such as hallways, bathrooms, and breakrooms. This area may be shared by multiple licensees.
(6) For indoor and mixed-light license type applications, a lighting diagram with the following information must be included:
(A) Location of all lights in the canopy area(s); and
(B) Maximum wattage, or wattage equivalent, of each light.
(7) For applicants for a nursery license:
(A) Designated pesticide and other agricultural chemical storage area(s);
(B) Designated composting area(s) if the licensee will compost cannabis waste onsite;
(C) Designated secured area(s) for cannabis waste if different from subsection (B) above;
(D) At least one of the following areas:
(i) Area(s) that shall contain only immature plants; or
(ii) Designated seed production area(s) that may contain mature plants; and
(E) Designated research and development area(s) that may contain mature plants, if the licensee will be conducting research and development activities that require a plant to flower.
(8) For applicants for a processor license:
(A) Designated processing area(s);
(B) Designated packaging area(s), if the licensee will package and label products onsite;
(C) Designated composting area(s) if the licensee will compost cannabis waste onsite;
(D) Designated secured area(s) for cannabis waste if different from subsection (C) above; and
(E) Designated area(s) for harvested cannabis storage.
(j) If the commercial cannabis business is seeking a Type S license to manufacture cannabis products or registering as a manufacturing Shared-Use Facility, the premises

diagram must also comply with all applicable requirements in sections 15011(b)(13)(D) and 17124-17128.
(k) If a proposed premises is located on only a portion of a property that also includes a residence, the diagram shall clearly show the designated buildings for the premises and the residence.

Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 26012 and 26051.5, Business and Professions Code.

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