How to protect yourself, your rights under the law, and the risks associated with secondhand smoke.
Use the link above to report unwanted exposure to secondhand smoke or vapor.
Or, contact your local public health agency.
Resources and information for Colorado residents
Smoke-free multifamily housing
Toolkits from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Requires most indoor workplaces and public places to be smoke- and vapor-free, including:
Indoor sports arenas and auditoriums.
Health care facilities.
Child day care facilities.
Entryways of any covered facilities.
Resources for education and prevention
Resources on how to quit smoking, when and how to report a violation, resources on indoor smoking laws, and how to get involved. Spanish resources are available at ColoradoSinTabaco.
On January 11, 1964, the Surgeon General of the United States released Smoking and Health: Report of the Advisory Committee of the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service. This was the first in the series that is now generally referred to as the Surgeon General’s reports.
Free resource to help you choose programs and policies to improve health and prevent disease in your community.
On April 22, 2020, Professor Georg Matt, from San Diego State University, presented a new study on addressing thirdhand tobacco smoke in the ambient environment in affordable housing, to the Healthy Housing Coalition.