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August 07, 2020
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Tobacco and Smoke-Free Public Parks and Facilities

The Tobacco Prevention and Education Program works to create tobacco-free environments in Jackson County. Currently, all parks in the cities of Medford, Ashland, Central Point, Talent, and Eagle Point parks are tobacco free.

Smoke Free Park SignClick the links below for more information on tobacco and smoke-free places in Jackson County:

Medford tobacco and smoke-free public buildings, parks, and facilities

Ashland Smoking Ordinance

Ashland's Smoke-Free Downtown

Central Point smoke-free parks 

Central Point Smoke-Free Parks and other smoking restrictions

Jacksonville's tobacco-free skate park ordinance  

Talent tobacco and smoke-free parks  

Eagle Point tobacco and smoke-free parks

Housing:

Renters: Are you exposed to unwanted secondhand smoke at home? Find out what you can do!  

Landlords: Want to save money in cleaning and maintenance and reduce your risks of fire and liability? It is completely legal to adopt a no-smoking policy for your rentals, and the market is there for you. All across Oregon, landlords are adopting no-smoking policies and seeing that they are very good for business. As of Jan. 1, 2010, the Oregon Landlord Disclosure Law requires landlords, as part of the rental agreement, to disclose their smoking policy. The disclosure must identify whether smoking is prohibited on the premises, allowed on the entire premises, or allowed in limited areas on the premises.

 SEE Smoke Free Oregon for more information

Landlord Tobacco Policy

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