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Everyone deserves fresh, clean air

Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Secondhand smoke causes cancer, heart disease, strokes, asthma and other diseases. There is no risk-free level of exposure to secondhand smoke. Tobacco-free policies:

  • Protect everyone from the harm of secondhand smoke.
  • Reduce costs for healthcare, employers and building maintenance.
  • Reduce smoking initiation among young adults.
  • Reduce waste.
  • Create a cleaner environment.

Protect your health.

Reduce your exposure to secondhand smoke and vape: These products:

  • Contain nicotine and toxic chemicals.
  • Kill about 47,000 adults and 400 infants in the U.S. each year.
  • Are not safe.

Know the law

It's against the law to smoke and vape indoors in public places and workplaces. Learn more about tobacco laws and regulations.

Make a complaint

Report Pierce County businesses who don't comply with the law. You can submit a smoking and vapor product complaint online or call (253) 798-6400.

Because of funding cuts, we can no longer respond to all complaints.

Do you have questions?

Contact Miae Aramori at marmori@tpchd.org or (253) 376-7362.

Resources

  • Smoke-Free Housing—This is a list of Pierce County apartments that don’t allow smoking.

No smoking or vaping indoors or within 25 feet of entryways, doors or windows.


Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

Request Signs

Submit this form to receive No Smoking and No Vaping signs for your business.

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First and Last Name
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Phone Number
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Email Address
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Business Name
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Mailing Address
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How many signs do you need?