Oregon's Smoke Free Workplace Law prohibits smoking in almost all public places and workplaces, including:
- Bars in restaurants
- Bingo halls
- 75 percent of hotel and motel rooms
In addition, smoking is not permitted within 10 feet of any entrance, exit, window or air intake vent.
This applies to:
- Public places: Any enclosed area open to the public.
- Places of employment: Any enclosed area under the control of a public or private employer that employees frequent during the course of employment.
To make a complaint
If you observe or note a possible violation of the law, you can report it to the Oregon Public Health Division for investigation and further action. Make a complaint online»
For your business
Learn all about Oregon's Indoor Clean Air Act and Smoke Free Workplace laws, including how to:
- Order signs, posters and brochures
- Stop smoking
Read the statute and administrative rules»
Our Tobacco and Prevention Education Program staff are available to answer questions about the law. We can help you with:
- Non-compliance issues
- Getting signage for your business
- Arranging a speaker for your group
Call us at 503.988.4163, option 1, or email firstname.lastname@example.org