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CALIFORNIA CITY A'ND COUNTY SMOKIYG OP:DINANCES Americans for'Nonsmokers' Rights 2054 University Avenue, Suite 500 Berkeley, CA'94704 (415) 841-31032 March 1, 1986 SUMMARY This set of charts summarizes the provisions of the significant city and county smoking ordinances in Californ2a. State law regulates smoking,in supermarkets, health facili!ties, and public meetings: (Sqx nonsmoking) and'certain, parts of publicly owned buildings. Most localities regulate smoking in theaters. Many communities have enacted far stronger smoking,laws. To be incLuded in this compilation, an ordinance must affect either private workplaces, restaurants, or a substantial number'of significant public places. Among Ca3ii'fornia cities and counties,,at,least 74 cities and counties have a.significant nonsmoker protection law. 66 regulate smoking iniprivate workplaces. 62 require nonsmok4.ng,sections in restaurants. 54 restrict smoking in retail stores. 44x of'the population of'Cal'i'fornia ('11,296,065 people) lives in a, place where a smoking policy is required of private employers. We say "at least" because ordinances are now being enacted at the rate of, severalia month. In addition.to the jurisdictions counted'above, 6 counties have laws protecting only, county, gpvernment employees. They are: Fresno CountyLake County IasiAngeles County Monterre7, County, Orange County (also has public'places.Iaw) Yolo County (by resolution) '14iE' CHARTS I Five charts.are provided. They are: I' Cities and Counties with Ordinances III Summary of Major Provisions III, Workplace Provisimns IV Other Public Places V Enforcement; Exceptions; Other Places A Q!?ICL REFERENCE Chart I is; the "quick reference" for California,smoking ordlLnances. It lists all counties and cities with significant smoking,laws. It,shows population, county,,and year and month (when known) of enactment of the most recent ordinance. It also tells whether the lav regulates smoking,for restaurants, private employers and retail stores. MORE DETaILS' Charts II,through V contain details of each smoking law. In, order to condense a,great deal of information into a small space, C'-1.
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abbreviations and footnotes have been used extensively. The indicatiow "Yes" in a col'umn,means that smoking,is prohibited or restricted'in the corresponding,place, or that the law contains the corresponding provision. A, blank means that smoking is not regulated,in that place. Abbreviations specific to certainicolumns are explained below. Footnotes appear at the end of this text. CHART II - SUw11ARY,OF MAJOR PROVISIOYS For each city and county with a smoking ordinance, this chart shows whether the law restricts smoking inipri.ate workplaces, in retail stores,,andiin restaurants. This chart is similar to Chart I, but more information is given on the specific restrictions in each place. WORKPLACES RECULATEDs "All" indicates that all private workplaces are required to have a smoking policy. "All 4+" (for example) means that all private employers vithi4 or,more employees are covered. "Ofc." or "Ofc.Wkpl" means that the ordinance covers onIly office workplaces. RETAIL STORES: "Dept." means only department stores are affected. "Ai1Bus" means retail stores and all other'business establishments are affected. RESTAURANTS: Most entries in this coSumn show the minimum percentage of seats required in the nonsmoking,sectibn, and the minimum size of restaurants which are required to have a nonsmoking section. For eiample, "25Z'40,*" means restaurants with 40 or more,seats are required,to have at least 25Z of those seats in a(usual'ly contiguous) nonsmoking section. "NOx" indicates no minimum percentage; often there is a requirement for sufficient,nonsmoking seats to accommodate nonsmokers. If no restaurant size is shown. alll restaurants suat have a nonsmoking section. CHART IIP - SUt44ARY OF WORKPLACE PROVISIONS. This chart lists only those cities and counties with ordinances requiring all or most'employers to have a smoking policy in the workplace. A"Yes° in most col'umns indicates that smoking is prohi'bited in the indicated!area. Other abbreviations: WORKPLACES REGULA'TED: See Chart II above. Cafeteria: An entry in this column indikates the minimum percentage of cafeterias, lunchrooms and (usually) employee lounges required to be nonsmoking. Medicai' Facil.: "Yes" indicates smoking prohibited in medical facilities and' nurses aid stations. Mt¢. Rooms: "Yes" indllcates smoking prohibited in (usually all of)'meeting rooms, conference rooms and auditoriiums. Some ordinances allow for smoking by unanimous consent of'those present. DesiX. OwnArea: "Yes"'indicates that anlempl'oyee,can designate his/her immediate work area as a nonsmoking area6 Nonsmkr Prefnce: "Yes"'indicates that when a dispute arises under the workplace smoking policy, priority must be given to the nonsmokers. Some, ordinances require that,nonsmokers must be satisfied, even if this requires banning,smoking in a work area. Nonretal'n: "Yes" indicates that it is unlawful to dismiss or discriminatee against an employee for requesting,his/her rights under the smoking law. CflART'IV - OTHER PUBLIC PLACES .aF!Fr-C''ED A "Yes" indicates that smoking is prohibited inithe indicated places (abbreviated in column headings)I: Theaters (,sometimes exeepting,the Lobby); Museums, libraries and galleries; Public (i'.e., gavernment)~ meetings; C-2
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I 0 Elevators; Food markets and supermarkets; (.indbor),Servdce lines; Rest rooms (sometimes "public" onlj); Pharmacies; Buses and!other public transit vehicles and facilities. CAART,V - ENFORCEISNT: ERCEPTIONS: OTHER AREAS AFFECTED HNFORCEMENif: This column, indicates any, special enforcement mechanisms. A' violation, is usually an infraction; this is.true even if' "Infraction" is not specifically shown6 unlessi "misdemeanor" or "none" (inot a violation of law) appears. "Misdemeanor" means any violation is a misdemeanor. Many laws also provide that a, vi'olation ia a public nuisance and allow the city to abate it by the appropriate procedure. "Pub.Nuis." means individuals al'solhave this right. If a particular'of'fice or person!is given enforcement responsibility, that is shown here. "City t'lacager/comp,laint" means any person may initiate aa complaint with the city manager. "Bus.Lic." means compliance is a condition othaving,a business license. Self-certification.of compliance may be requiredc "Bus.Lic.Ren." means it,is required onilicense renewal; "Inspect" means required during otherwise mandated inspection by fire or health department. EXCEPTIONS: "Appl." indicates that an affected,business or facility may apply for a publiic hearing and, upon paying the applicable hearing fees and,making, certain showings which vary from place to p1'ace, may be granted'an exception6 "S3'gr"'indicates that a place may be exempted by posting,.a "smoking permitted" sign. OT}IER AFFEC'IM ARfiAS: Lists other places where smoking is,prohibited. F00'1N0'11F5 T0 CHA'RTS' I' - V + Revised information or new ordinance since~last revdsioniof chart. • Indicates city or county for which: we do not'have complete or most recent information. [1] Smoking prohibited'in all public places and places of employment except in designated smoking areas. Ordinances using,this languagg al'most always contain a list of' specific public places in which a smoking,area may not be designated~ and further restrictions affecting places of employment. [2] County population includes unincorporated:areas onl'y. [3J Year and month.of most recent addition or change. [4'] Exceptionsx Appl. - by application; Sign - by posting a sign. [5] Preference of a majority of'the nonsmokers shall prevail. [6J Workplace minimums are suggested, not required.. [7] If nonsmokers can not be otherwise.accommodated, smoking will be prohibited entirely. [8]! Retail' stores over 1,000 square feet. [9] Violation of the ratailiation, provision is a misdemeanor;,all other violations are infractions. (1i0i] No sections required but policy must be,posted. (I1] Exception can be al'lowed''for, certain places certified as meeting,a specific minimum air, circulation stantard. (121 Smoke free work area must be provided to any employee reques,ting,one im, writing. (13] Smoking is prohibited in all retail,stores, including pharmacies. [14] Smoking prohibited in inner hallh+ays~only,. [15] Private offices may be designated nonsmoking by the occupant. C'-3
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C CHART I: CALIFORNIA CIT'IES'AND COUNTIES WIITH SMOKING ORDINANCES COMMUNITY COUNTY POPULATION YSvtR/`lONTH PRIVATE RESTAURANTS RETAIL E."IACTED WORKPLACES STORES Nr. places regulating: 74 66 68 56 Anti'och Contra Costa 46,600 1985/11 Yes~ Yes: Yes + BerkeLey Alameda 106.500 1980 Yes~ Yes Yes Brea Orange 32,050 1985/07 Yes Brentwood Contra Costa 5,,150: 1'985/1'1, Yes Yes Yes Carlsbad San Diego 44,550 1'983/06 Yes Yes Yes Carpinteria Santa Barbara 11,400 1985/03 Yes + CathedraliCity' Riverside 16i,050, 1982/12 Chu1a Vista San Diego 90,300 1984 Yes Yes Yes Clayton Contra Costa 4,490 1985/11 Yes Yes Yes Concard' Contra Costa 105,000 1985/11 Yes Yes Yes Coronado San Diego 90,300 1984/08' Yes Yes Yes Cupertino Santa Clara 33,950 198'5/02I Yes Yesi Yes Danvi!11e. Contra Costa 27,600 1985/11 Yes Yes Yes, Del Nlar San Diego. 5,125 1983/06 Yes Yes Yes~ E1,Cajon San Diego 80,1100 1985 Yes Yes Yes El Cerrito, Contra Costa 23,300 1'985i/'lli' Yes Yes Yes Escondido San Diego 75,800 1'983112 Yes Yes Yes +.Grand Terrace San Bernardino 9,875 1'985/11 Yes Yes Yes Hemet Riverside 28,050 1985/05 Yes Yes Yes Hercurles Contra Costa 7,$00' 1985/10 Yes Yes Yes +*~Huatington Beach Orange 179,900 1986/02 Yes Yes Imperial Beach San Diego 24,550 1985/10 Yes Yes Yes Indio Riverside 28',200 1985/11, Yes Yes Yes Irvine, Orange 80,100 1985/10 Yes La' Itlesa San Diego 52,200 1984/02' Yes Yes Yes Lafayette Contra Costa 22,500 1985/10 Yes Yes: Yes Laguna Beach Orange 18,450 1985 Yes: Yes Livermore Alameda 52,100 1985/06 Yes Yes Yes Long, Beach Los Angeles 3811,800 1985/07 Yes Yes + Los Altos Santa Clara 27,400. 1'979 Yes Yes Yes Los Angeles Los Angeles 3',144,800 1984/11 Yes I:os' Gatos Santa Clara' 27„750' 1'980i/06 Yes Yes Yes Martinez Contra Costa 25,300~ 1!985/11 Yes Yes Yes + Menlo Park San Mateo 27,850, 1986/02 Yes Mill Vailey Harin 12,800 1982 Yes Mi'lp,itas Santa Clara 41,850 1985/08 Yes Yes Yes Mountain View SantaiClara 61,600 1984/06 Yes Yes Yes National City San Diego 51,200 1984/05' Yes Yes Yes Newport Beach Orange 66.100 1985/06 Yes Yes Oceanside San Diego 91,800 1983 Yes Yes Yes +-0rinda Contra Costa 15,000 1985/12 Yes~ Yes Yes Palo Alto Santa Clara 56,200 1983/i0, Yes: Yes Pasadena Los Angeles 126,600 1'984 Yes Yes Pinole Contra Costa 14,550 1985/1'11 Yes Yes Yes Pittsburg. Contra Costa 38,600 1'985/11i Yes Yes Yes ~ Poway San Diego 35.950: 1983/03 Yes Yes Yes + Rancho Mirage Riverside 7,575 1986/02 Yes Yes Yes Richmond Contra Costa 76.900' 1985i!09 Yes Yes Yes Riverside Riverside 1!83',400 1985/05: Yes Yes Yes Sacramento Sacramento 875,900 1985 Yes Yes Yes San Anselmo Marin 11,950 1985? San Diego San,Diego 971,600 1982/12' Yes Yes Yes San Francisco San Francisco~ 719;200 1983/11 Yes San Jose Santa C1ara 696,000 1984 Yes Yies, Yes San Luis Obispo S.Luis Obispo 37,150 198'5/1'2' Yes: Yes~ San Marcos San Diego 19,800 1983/03 Yes Yes Yes San Pablo Contra Costa 211,200 1985/10 Yes Yes Yesi San Ramon Contra Costa 23,450 1,985/'111~ Yes Yes Yes: Santa Barbara Santa Barbara 327,200. 1'984 Yes Yes ~J Santa Clara Santa Clara 89„000: 1'985/07 Yes Yes Yes Santa ttlonica Los Angeles 93,1'00: 1'985/04' Yes Santee San Diego 49,500, 1983/02 Yes Yes Yes Tustin Orange 40,800 1985/12 Yes Yes Yes Vf Ukiah Mend'ocino 13',050 1981/07 Yes Yes Yes ~ Vista San,D'ieg!o 43,450 1983/04 Yes Yes Yes VJ Walnut Creek Contra Costa 57,700 1985/11 Yes Yes Yes ~ Yorb'a Linda Orange 36,100 1985/09 Yes Yes Yes ~ County of Contra Costa [2] 139',800 1985/09 Yes Yes Yes County of 5larin (2] 62,500 1981/07 Yes Yes County of Orange (2] 294,900 1985/06 Yes: Yes /!+ Count'y, of Riverside [2] 323.500 1985 Yes Yes Yes. un County oflSacramento [2] 543,,500 1985/02, Yes: Yes Yes County of San Diego [2] 406,1100 1982/12 Yes Yes Yes County of Santa Cruz [2] 121!,300. 1985 Yes, Yes Yes C-4
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CHART II: MAJOR PROVISIONS OF CALIFORNIA' LOCAL StdORZNG ORDINANCES COi POPULATION YEAR/MONTH WORKPLACES ENACTED REGULATED RETAIL RESTi1URA;YTS'. ST1aRES' Nr.,places regulating: 66: 54 62' Antioch 46,600 1985/11 All 4+ A11Bus. 40Z 50+ + Berkeley 1'06y500 1980 All A17Bus. 504' All Brentwood 5,150 1985/111 All 4+ A11Bus. 40% 50+ Carlsbad' 44',550 1983/0fO' All ('.1] Yes NoZ 20ir Carpi'nteria 11,400' 1985/03 All Chula Vista 90,300 1984 All [1] Yes NoZ 20+ Clayton 4,490 1985/11 All 4+ A'lil!Bus. 40'. 50+ Concordi 105,000 . 1'985/'11 All 4+ -A11Bus. 40T 50+, Coronado 90,300 1984/08 A1'1 [1]i Yes No»'20+ Cupertino 33,,950 1985/02 Ofc.Wkpd. Yes 30Z 50+ Damvil'1e 27,600 1985/11 A11 4+ A11Bus,. 40» 504 Del Mar 5,125 1983/06 All (1'] Yes; NoZ 20+ El Ca jpa 80;100 1'985' All , 5+ Yes NoA 20+ El' Cerrito 23,300 1'98511i1 All 4+ A11Bus. 4'02 50+ Escondido 75:,,800 1983/12 A'1'1, (',1 ]' (8] Noz 20+ + Grand Terrace 9,875 1985/11 All [6] Dept. 25% 50+ Hemet 28,050 1985/05 All C17 [i11, No7r 50+ Hercules 7;300 1985/10 All 4+ A'1'1'BUs.40z 50+ ++ Huntington Beach 179,900 1'986/02' A11,4,r 252 50+ Imperial Beach 24,550 1985/10 All (1), Yes No' 20+ Indic 28,,200 1!985/11'. A'11 (16 ] Dept. 50~ 50+ La Mesa 52,200' 1984/02 AS1'(1) Yes Noi 40+ Lafayette 22,500 1985/10 All 4+ A11Bus,. 40Z 50+ Laguna Beach 18;450 1985 Ofc.Wkpl. 25: 40+ Livermore 52,100 1'985/06 A11 A1iliBus. 501. Long Beach 381,800 1'985/07 A'1'1 5+ 25' SO+, + Los Altos 27,400 1'979 All Yes 25Z',50+ Los Angeles 3,,144,800i 1984/11 All 5+ Los Gatos 27,750 1980/06 A1'1, Yes 50S 25+ Martinez 250300 1985/11' All 4+ A11Bus. 40% 50+ Milpitas 41,850 1'985/08 A1l' A'l.118us. 50'» Mountain View 611,600: 1984/06 All A11Bus. 50Z Nat'ionalCity 51;,,200 1984L05 A11, (11 ]I Yes Noz, 40+ Newport Beach 66,1KJ0~ 1985/06 Oft. > 4 25% 50+t Oceanside 91,800 1983 All [1] Yes No7. 20+ • Orinda 1'5,000 1985/12' All 4+ A'i1Bus.40S 50+ Palo-AStw 56,200 1983/'110i Ofc.Wkpl. 1/3 50+ Pasadena 126,600 1984 Of;c.Wkp1'_ 25Z ' 50+~ Pinol~e~ 1f+„550 11985I11~ A'1'1, 4+ A11Bus. 40:~ 50,. Plttsburg, 38,600i 1985/11 A11 4+ A11Bus. 40' 50* Poway 35,950 1983/03' All [1] Yes No : 20+ + Rancho Mirage 7,575 1986/02' All [IlJ Yes Yoa 20+ RicHmond 76,900 1'985/09 A11 4+ A1iliBus. 40x 50+ Riverside 183,400 1'985J05 All (6J Dept. 25Z 50+ Sacraoento 875,900 1985' All (1]', Yes 10% 50+ San Diego 971,600 1982/12 All (1] Yes NoZ'20;. San Francisco 71'9,2001 1983/11 Ofc.Wkpl. San Jose 696,000 1984' A11' Yes 30: 100t San Lub's Obispo 37,150 1985/12 A11 5+ NoZ 50+ San,"larcos 19,800 1983il03 All (1) Yesi Noi 20+ San Pablo 21,200~ 1985/10 All 4+ Ai1Bus. 4'0A'50+~ San Ramon 23,4'50, 1985/11 A17, 4+ A11Bus. 40% ',50+ Santa Barbara 327,200, 1984 All 25: 20+r Santa Clara 89,000 1985/07' a1D Yes 30% 50+ Santa hlonica 93,100 1985/04 All 6+ Santee 49,500 1'983/02 A11.[1] Yes NoZ 20+ Tustin! 40,800 1985/12 All (1], Yes No2 20++ Ukiah 13,050 1981/07 All Yes 502 Vista 43,450~ 1983/04 All (1] Yes No. 20+ Walnut C'reek 57,700 1985/11 All 4+ A11Bus,. 40X 50+ Yorba Linda 36,100 1985Jd9' All 11'+ Yes 1/3 40+ County of Contra Costa 139,800 1985/09 All 4+ A1!liBus. 402 5G1+ County af. R^_versd.de 323,500 11985 ' All (.61 Dept. 25+ 50+ County of' Sacramento543, 500 1985/02.All, (' 1]' Yes 1'OZ~50;r County of'San Diego, 406,100' 1982/12 A11 (7) Yes 44 20+ County of Santa Cruz 1'21 300 1985 A'1!1 Yes No ~I , Populati'nn covered 11,296,065 Percentage of state: 44 '. (3/1/86): C-5
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:.~..J+.......:._..-._..~r+i::r.~ ~ .~~._r.. ~ _ -. . _ ~ - . . .. ~ CHART III: StiMt`4A'RY OF WORKPLACE PROVISIONS ` ' CO'L"ft3NITY' WORRPLACES Cafe- Rest Eleva-Medical Mtg. Hal1- Desig. Nonsmkr Nonre- REGULA'TED teria Rooms tors Facil. Rooms Ways OvnAreaPreface tal'w Nr. places regulating: 67 42 56 57 40 54 38' 40 43 25 Antioch All 4+ 40% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes + Berkeley A11 50% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yea Yes Tes Yes Brea Brentwood' All 4+ 40% Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Carlsbad A'1'1 (1]I Yes Yes Yes Carpinteria A'll (5i' + Cathedral City Ctiwia Vista , A,11 (1] Yes Yes Yes Clayton All 4+ 40% ' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Concord All 4+ Coronado All [1'] 4Dw Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yea Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Cupertino Ofc.Wkpl. 2/3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Danville A11,4+ 40% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Dei!Msr All (1j Yes Yes Yes E2'Ca,ion All 5+ 2/3 Yes Yes Yes El Cerrito All 4+ 40R Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Escondido All (I 1]' Yes Yes Yes + Grand Terrace All [61 50Z Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes C Hemet A,11! (11 Hercules A11'4+ 40Z' Yes, Yes Y!es' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes +; Huntington Beach All 4+ Yes Yes Imperial Beach A11 (1] Yes Yes Yes Indio A11 (6'] 502 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Irvine La Mesai A11 [1] Yes Yes Yes Lafayette All 4+ 40% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Laguna Beach Ofc.Srkpl'. 1/2 Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Livermore All 50% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Long Beach All 5+ 1/2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes + Los Altos All Los Angeles, AQl' 5+ 2/3' Yes Yes Yes Yes Los Gatos All Martinez A11'4+ 40% ' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes + Menlo Park Mill Valle7 Milpitas • Aa'1, 75x Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Mountain View A11' 1/2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes National CitY, All [1] Yes Yes Yes Newport Beach Ofc. > 4 Yes Oceanside A11,[1] Yes Yes Yes + Orinda, All 4+ 40% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Palo Alto Ofc.Wkp1. 2/3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Pasadena Ofc.Wkp1. 50% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Pinole All 4+ 40S Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Pittsburg, A'll, 4+ 40% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Po.ray All' [11 Yes Yes Yes + Rancho Mirage All'[1] Yes Richsond All 4+ 402 ' Yes Tes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Riverside A11 [6] 507. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Sacramento All [1] 1/2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes San, Anselbo San,Diiego All [1!] Tes Yes Tes SaniFrancisco Ofc.Wicpl. [71 (7) (7) [71. [7']I [7l [7'] Yes(7] San ./ose All 2/3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes San Luis Obispo All 5+f [7] (7') (7) [7J (7'j [7] [7] Yes[7] San Marcos All [1], Yes Yes Yes San Pablo All 4+ 401. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes San Ramon, All 4+ 40: Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Santa Barbara All [7)I [l]I [7]I [ 7]I [7j [7] ('7jl Yes[7jl Santa Clara All 2/3' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Santa Monica All 6+ Santee A11, ('1] 2/3' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N Tustiln Alli [1] Ukiah A'l'l (1Z] [,1'2] Vista All [1] Yes Yes Yes Vl 'Walnut Creek, All 4+ 4,0% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ~ Yorba Linda All 11+ 50% Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes VM , County of ContralCosta All 4+ 40Z Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes W County of Mar,in ' A ~ County of Orange Co.Gov[1i1 County of Riiverside All,[6'J 501. Yes Yes Yes Yea Yes Yes Yes County of Sacramento All (1J, 1/2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes W1 A11 (1] County of' San Die Yes Yes Yes Q , , , go County of'Santa C'ruz All 50Z Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes C-6
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Co."JNINITY. Nr. places regulating: Antioch + Berkeley Brea Brentwood! Carlsbad C.rpbnteria + Cathedral City ChulaiVi'sta Clayton Concord' Coronado Cupertino Danville Del Mar El Cajon El Cerrito Escondido + Crand,Terrace Hemet Hercules ++ Huntington Beach Imperial Beach India Irvine La Mesa Lafayette Laguna Beach Livermore Long Beach + Los Altos Los Angeles Los Gatos Martinez + Menlo Park Mili Valley Milpitas Mountain Viiev - Nationail City Nevport'Beach, Oceanside + Orinda Palo Alto Pasadena, Pinoie Pittsburg Poway + Rancho Mirage Richmond Riverside Sacramento San Anselmo San Diego San Francisco San Jose San Luis Oblspo San Marcos San Pablo San Ramon Santa Barbara Santa CLara Santa Monica, Santee Tust3n! Ukiah Vi!sta Walnut Creek Yorba Linda County of Contra Costa County of Marin County of Orange County of'Riversi'de County of Secramento County of San Diego Caunty of,Santa Cruz CHART IV - OTHER PUBLIC PLACES AFFECfED, Thea- Museums Health Public Elevar Food Service Rest Pharma- BusJ ters b,Libr.Fac'Ity, Mtgs» tors' 1Bcts. Lines Rooms cies PubTran 73' 54 73' 67' 71 54 60 58' 45 52' Yes Tes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes, Yes~ Yes Yesi Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes (1l Yes Yes Yes [1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (1]'' Yes Tes Tes [I1]' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yea Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (1] Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes(13] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes [1J Tes Yes Yes (1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (II] Yes Yes Yes (1]' Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [1] (1) (1] [1'1 (1] (1] (1) [1') (1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes (1] Yes Yes Yes [1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (1]' Yes Yes Yes (1], Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Y!e.s Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes 50% Yes Yes' Yes Ies Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes 80% ' Yer Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yea Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, [1] Yes Yes Yes (!1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes (1] Yes Yes Yes (,1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [1] Yes Yes Yes (1j Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [I1] Yes (1)I Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Ies Yea Yes Yes Yes Tea Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes 1/3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [1] Yes Yes Yes [1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes Yes (1] Yes Yes Yes [1] Yes Yes Yes Yes Tes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Yes Yes Yes Tes. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yesi Yes Yes (1] Yes Yes Yes [11 Tes Yes Yes [ 1'] (1) (1] (1'] (ll [i1l [1] (1'1 [i'1 (1l1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [I] Yes Yes Yes (1!] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yiesi Yes. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yesi Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes, Yes Yes Yes, [1] Yes Yes Yes [',ll Yes' Yes Yes. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes C-7
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CHART V: E'JFORCFTSE7T; EXCEPTIONS; OTHER PLA'CES~ AFFECTED COMMUftITr, EXCEP- ENF'ORCEMENT TIONS(4] Antioch + Berkel'ey App1'. Brea Appt. Brentwood Carlsbad Appl. Carpinteria +' Cathedral City (!11y Chula:Vista Appl.. Clayton Concord Coronado Appl. Cupertino Danville Del Mar Appl. El Cajon EliCerrito Fscond'idw Appl. + Grand,Terrace Appl. Hemet, Sign, Hercules +* Huntington Beach Imperial Beach Appl. IndioI Appl. Irvine La Mesa Appl. Lafayette Laguna Bieaeh Livermore Appl. Long Beach Appl. + Los Altos Los Angeles Los Gatos Martinez + MenloiPark Mill Valley, (1'1i] Milpitas Mountain View National City Appl. Newport Beach Oceanside Appl. t Orinda, Pal'o Alto Pasadena Ap,pl. Pinole Pittsburg Poway Appl. + Riancho Mirage Appi. R3chmondi Riverside Appi'. Sacramento San Anselmo San Diego Appl. San F'rancisco San Jose. San Lu1s Obispo, San Marcos Appii. San Pablo San Ramon Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Monica Santee Appli. Tustin, Appli. Ukiah Appi1. Vi'sta, App~L. Walnut Creek Yorba Linda Appl. County of~Contra,Costa, County of~Marin [11] County oflOrange. County oflRi'verside Appl. County of~Sacramento County oflSan Diego Appl. County of'Santa Cruz Infraction Infraction Infraction/Pub.Nuis. City Mgr/complaint. Infraction, Infraction Infraction. Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infraction, City Mgr/complaint City'Mgr/complaint Infraction Misdemeanor/Infr. City'Mgr/complaint Infraction Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint OTHER AFFECTED A'REAS A11i enclosed areas used by the general public Alli enclosed areas used by the general public A11'enclosed areas used by the general public A11i public places except designated! areas [1!] Laundromats; city facilities A11'public'places except designated'areas! [1i] All enclosed, areas used by the generai' public All encLosed, areas used by, the general' public All public,places except designated,areas;[1] All enclosed'areas used by the general public All public,places except designated areas: (1] All enclosed,areas usediby the general public All public places except designated areas [1J All public places except designated areas [1] All enclosed areas used!by the general public Public buildings Infraction All public places except designated areas [1j'. Infraction Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infraction All public places except designated areas [I1]I All enclosed areas used by the general public City Mgr./Inspect. Health Dept. Inf'raction Infraction [9J Mlsdemeanor Infraction All,enc7osed areas used by the,general public Infraction Dir.Coem.Devel. Infr./$us:.l.ic.Ren. City Mgr./Inspect. Infraction Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infraction Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infraction Infraction None specified Infraction Civi1/Dir.Pub.Health Health Officer Admin.Ofc/Pub.Nuis., Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infr. / Pub.Nuis. City Manager C3vi1/Infraction Infraction Infraction City Mgr/complaint Infraction City }lgr/cpmplair.t Misdemeanor Health,Dept. Infraction Infraction Infraction Director of Health Infraction HealthOfcr/inspect Schoo,ls; child care facilities Encl. public areas;~ child'care facil.; schools. All public places except designated areas [1] All public places except,desi!gnated areas [1] All,enc7osed areas used by the general public All enclosed areas used by the general publ'ic. All enclosed areas used by the general public All public places except desi!gnated areas (1] All public places except desi!gnated areas [,1] All enclosed areas used by the general publiic, A1l,public places except designated areas [1] All public places except designated areas [1] All city buildings; laundromats All public places except designated areas [1] All enclosed areas used by the general publ'ic All enclosed areas used by the general publ!i!c Iaundromats All public places except designated areas (1] [L]; but no area,is required to be all nonsmoKinr All public places: except designated areas [1'] All enclosed areas used by the general public All enclosed areas used by the general public County'buildings except desig. smoking areas All public places except designated: areas (,1!] A11 public pPaces except designated areas (,1!] Enclosed'.public areas c f C-8

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