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Air Quality
Environmental health and food safety staff will investigate air quality or odor complaints as they are received. Development plans are reviewed for new construction, building remodels, or tenant finishes in order to adequately administer the smoke-free air in certain areas in public places per the city's Code of Ordinances, as well as to ensure that off-site dust production is limited during construction activities per city code.

Report an Issue
To report an air quality issue or to lodge an indoor air quality complaint, contact the Health Department.

Smoke-Free Ordinance - Passed April 8, 2014
Voters passed the Smoke-Free Indoor Air Workplaces and Public Places Ordinance on April 8, 2014. The ordinance has been in full force and effect since June 7, 2014. Information is available to help residents and businesses understand how this change affects them. For more information on this issue or to schedule a site visit to your business, please email the health department or call 816-271-4636. 

Smoke-Free Ordinance
Letter to Businesses
Frequently Asked Questions
4 Things to Know About Outside Smoking
Smoking Ordinance Amended June 9, 2014
Amendment to Smoke Free Ordinance