Article III. Where Smoking Is Not Regulated
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Chapter 9.50 PUBLIC AND WORKPLACE SMOKING RESTRICTIONS


Article III. Where Smoking Is Not Regulated
9.50.080 Private and public places.
A. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter to the contrary, the following areas shall not be subject to the smoking restrictions of this chapter:
1. Private residences, except when used as a child care, adult day care or health care facility;
2. No more than twenty-five percent of hotel and motel rooms rented to guests;
3. Retail tobacco stores in stand alone physical facilities;
4. Restaurants, hotel and motel conference or meeting rooms and public and private assembly rooms while places are being used for private functions except while contracted food or beverage service functions are taking place (including set-up, service and cleanup activities or when the room is used for exhibit activities);
5. Outdoor places of employment except those covered in Section 9.50.050. (Ord. 14878 1 (part), 2001)