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A new Smoking and Vaping in Public Places ordinance goes into effect on January 1, 2021. It prohibits smoking and vaping in indoor public places, places of employment, and certain youth-oriented outdoor public places in Thurston County.
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Background on Ordinance
Thurston County Board of Health held a public hearing on the Smoking and Vaping in Public Places ordinance on Tuesday, October 13,
2020 and subsequently voted unanimously to adopt this ordinance.
The hearing can be viewed on the Thurston County YouTube channel.
Part 1 of the hearing
Part 2 of the hearing
Slides from the hearing
Public Health & Social Services staff also prepared State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) documents, which led to a determination of non-significance (DNS). The comment and appeal period on SEPA DNS ran concurrently with that of this public hearing, and resulted in no comments or appeals of the determination of no significant adverse impacts from the ordinance.
Thurston County Adopts New Rules on Smoking, Vaping in Public Places (10/15/20)
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