Utah Indoor Clean Air Act

The Utah Indoor Clean Air Act is designed to protect children and adults in Utah from exposure to the harmful effects of secondhand smoke. The law prohibits smoking, or using electronic-cigarettes (vaping), in all enclosed indoor places of public access and within 25 feet of any entrance, exit, open window, or air intake of a building where smoking is not allowed. It also requires buildings that allow access by the public to place “No Smoking” signage at all entrances or in a position clearly visible upon entry into the building.

The Utah County Health Department provides free resources, including signage and decals, to interested businesses and organizations in the county. 

Request Free “No smoking/vaping signage for your business click here.

To report a smoking or vaping complaint in Utah County click here.

For more information, please contact the UCHD Tobacco Prevention and Control staff at 801-851-7099.

Additional Resources

Smoke-free Housing

Tobacco Retailer Education