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Smoke-Free MultiUnit Housing

Every person should have the right to breathe smoke free air where you live and play. Sadly, research shows that every year there is an estimated 28 million multiunit housing residents who are exposed to secondhand smoke in their home or apartment that seeped in from a neighbor’s unit or someone smoking on the property.

We are fighting for policies to protect all residents who live in multiunit housing communities and together we can make a difference.

Many neighborhoods throughout California have already begun passing laws and smoke-free policies in or around multiunit housing communities.

If you are a renter or owner who is suffering from secondhand smoke, there are steps you can take to work with your property owner/manager to adopt a smoke free policy for the property.

If your building is not smoke-free ask your manager about making the units smoke-free​

If your building is already smoke-free speak to your manager to ensure rules are being followed and enforced

Let your property manager know going smoke-free promotes residents’ health by protecting them from secondhand smoke while improving their bottom line by reducing costs.

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The photo above was taken after the successful passing of a tobacco-retail licensing in the city of Colton. Students from San Bernardino Valley College attended in support of our efforts. One of the students is a resident of Colton and spoke in favor of this policy and why it was important to her. Currently, we are working in the city of Colton to pass a comprehensive smoke free outdoors policy.

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