Yes, weed smoking is legal in Arizona for residents eligible to consume marijuana. Proposition 207, which legalized recreational cannabis in the state, allows for cannabis smoking.
It is illegal to smoke weed in public or open spaces in Arizona. A public space is considered an enclosed area to which the public may be permitted or invited. These include schools, banks, highways, walkways, restaurants, parks, airports, and shopping malls.
You cannot smoke weed in your vehicle, whether stationary or running. If you do, you may be charged with drugged driving. If you have to travel with marijuana within the state, it is recommended that you keep weed secured in your vehicle’s trunk.
Except you are a patient with a valid medical marijuana card, you must be at least 21 to smoke marijuana in Arizona.
It is legal to smoke weed in private residences in Arizona. If you do not own the apartment where you live, you must obtain permission from the landlord before smoking marijuana there. Arizona law allows landlords and employers to set policies restricting cannabis use on their property and in workplaces. Also, due to the federal prohibition on cannabis, it is an offense to smoke weed on federal property or land in Arizona.