Fill out our online form to submit a smoking complaint.
The Smoke-free Illinois Act prohibits smoking in virtually all public places and workplaces, including private clubs and gaming facilities. It also prohibits smoking within fifteen feet of entrances, exits, windows that open, and ventilation intakes.
Go to the Illinois Department of Public Health website to learn more about the Smoke Free Illinois Act. The site provides a variety of materials, including free printable No Smoking signs, details about the law, and frequently asked questions.
CUPHD also has an informational brochure on the Smoke-Free Illinois Act for businesses. CUPHD enforces the Smoke-Free Illinois Act in Champaign County. We collect complaints from the public, investigate the complaints, and issue fines for violations.
CUPHD enforces tobacco minimum age laws by participating in the Illinois Department of Human Services’ Tobacco Enforcement Program. CUPHD works with area law enforcement to check Champaign County tobacco vendors for compliance with minimum age laws three times a year. Tobacco vendors who sell to minors may be issued a ticket for violations. Any 16-20 year olds interested in assisting with the program can contact Kami Lafoon at email@example.com.
The State of Illinois passed the ‘Tobacco 21’ initiative, which went into effect July 1st 2019. This law prohibits the sale of tobacco products, electronic cigarettes, and alternative nicotine products to any person under the age of 21. Please contact Kami Lafoon at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Visit the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids to learn more about the importance of raising the minimum age for tobacco sales.
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