Adelanto Medical Cannabis Facility Projected Completion As Early as February 2018

Adelanto Medical Cannabis Facility Projected Completion As Early as February 2018

ADELANTO – In recent years, the City of Adelanto has been working hard and finally living up to its name.  From the Spanish word meaning “advancement,” the small city with mostly low-income residents was anything but until recent years. With some changes in city government and open-minded advancement-type thinking, the potential of the once-struggling city appears to be boundless.

Economic growth, as well as community support, have been evident through many new city programs, businesses, and city ordinances. Going against the grain is something that some feel make the city a pioneer in the Victor Valley, San Bernardino County, and even Southern California; others feel diving into the medical cannabis business, is a bad move going against the laws that the federal government set in place.  Still growth — no pun intended — is in effect.

On Thursday, October 12, 2017, the Goldentree Medical Cannabis Facility; a medical cannabis business, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The business located at 10431 Yucca Road in the City of Adelanto will have four buildings totaling 50,000 square feet. “We’re excited to see that this project is more than just a vision, it is becoming a reality,” said Mayor Richard Kerr and “we’re thrilled that the owner’s vision is in line with Adelanto’s vision”.  Framing and the foundations for all four buildings are complete. Sharing the development opportunities in the City of Adelanto, was the main focus of the ribbon cutting, which was shared with Asian media, as well project family and friends.

“As early as February 2018, we expect to be operational with seven shifts and have cultivation, manufacturing including extraction for oils, and a kitchen that can produce edibles,” said Franz Chan, Goldtree Founder, and Chairman. The most pristine medicine for patients is what Goldentree will eventually provide product for its 10 dispensaries located in the metro Los Angeles area. “This project will generate up to $250,000 in taxes each year and the 40 employees to be hired will support the local economy with gas and food purchases whether they shop in Adelanto or elsewhere in the High Desert,” said Mayor Kerr.

For more information about Goldentree visit, or contact Susan Hamilton, Senior Vice President/Marketing Director (626)800-8327 or by email at: or City Manager Gabriel Elliot at (760)246-2300, or by email at:

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