Secondhand Smoke Ordinance

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On April 3, 2007, the Burbank City Council adopted the Secondhand Smoke Control Ordinance which encompasses commercial and multi-family residential properties. The intent of the ordinance is to protect the health of Burbank residents and visitors by limiting their exposure to secondhand smoke. The ordinance prohibits smoking in specific locations throughout the city. The ordinance became effective on May 12, 2007.

On October 5, 2010, the Burbank City Council adopted five new restrictions pertaining to multi-family residential properties. Please click on the link below for more information. If you have questions, comments, or complaints please contact Chris Thompson, manager of Code Enforcement, at (818) 238-5287.  

Secondhand Smoke Ordinance 4-1-701

No Smoking Sign Requirements

Secondhand Smoke Brochure

No Smoking Handout Cards

Application for Designated Smoking Area in Outdoor Dining Area

SIGNS:

No Smoking 9x12 (1 per sheet)

No Smoking 11x4.25 (2 per sheet)

No Smoking 5.5x8.5 (2 per sheet)

No Smoking 5.5x5.5 (2 per sheet)

No Smoking in Downtown Burbank 11x4.25 (2 per sheet)

No Smoking Within 20 Feet 11x4.25 (2 per sheet)

No Smoking Within 20 Feet of Entrances, Exits, and Open Windows 11x4.25 (2 per sheet)

No Smoking Card for Dining Tables (4 per sheet)

Designated Smoking Area 9x12 (1 per sheet)

Designated Smoking Area 5.5x8.5 (2 per sheet)

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