It is illegal to smoke tobacco (including cigarettes, cigars, hookah) or use electronic smoking devices such as e-cigarettes, e-cigars, e-pipes and e-hookah in areas that are smoke-free under the Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection Law. This includes all outdoor dining and service spaces.
Additional resources are available for tobacco retailers.
|Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection Law PDF||Philadelphia passed the landmark Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection Law in 2006, protecting Philadelphians from secondhand smoke exposure in most restaurants, bars, and workplaces.||October 3, 2018|
|Resolution relating to the Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection Law 1-13-11 PDF||Philadelphia Board of Health resolution and notice of intent to enforce the Clean Indoor Air Act.||October 11, 2018|
|Regulation relating to tobacco retailing PDF||A Philadelphia regulation limits the number of tobacco permits by planning district and prohibits new tobacco permits within 500 feet (approximately two blocks) of any K–12 school.||September 6, 2019|
|Smoking disclosure policy PDF||Landlords in Philadelphia must provide their tenants with a written disclosure of the building policy on smoking in individual dwelling units.||September 6, 2019|