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    Sec. 22.1-3. Smoking Prohibited in Certain Public Places.


    Sec. 22.1-3. Smoking prohibited in certain public places.
    (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to smoke in any of the following public places:
    (1) Elevators, regardless of capacity, except in an elevator located in a single-family dwelling.
    (2) Retail, wholesale, discount and service establishments and financial institutions serving the general public, including, but not limited to, department stores, grocery stores, convenience stores, drug stores, clothing stores, shoe stores, hardware stores, banks, savings and loan institutions, hair salons and barber shops.
    (3) Indoor service lines, cashier areas, and counter service areas.
    (4) Public restrooms.
    (5) Health care facilities, regardless of capacity.
    (6) Rooms in which a public meeting or hearing is being held.
    (7) Places of entertainment, including, but not limited to, theaters, concert halls, gymnasiums, auditoriums, or other enclosed arenas; except smoking by performers as part of the production.
    (8) Art galleries, libraries, museums, and similar cultural facilities.
    (9) Educational facilities, whether public or private, in common areas such as classrooms, offices, hallways, libraries, auditoriums, and public meeting rooms.
    (10) Child care facilities, whether public or private.
    (11) Indoor facilities used for recreational purposes, including, but not limited to, bingo halls, bowling centers, and skating rinks.
    (12) Any part of a restaurant designated a "no smoking" area pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
    (13) Buildings owned or leased by the city or the school board used for public purpose with the exception of lawfully designated smoking areas.
    (14) Meeting houses, community centers, and similar facilities open to the public at large.
    (15) Vehicles owned or leased by the city and vehicles owned or leased by other persons and used regularly for public transportation including, but not limited to, transit buses and school buses. (Ord. No. O-89-173, § 1, 6-27-89)
    Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM