Passed into law in 1994 to protect people in Utah from the dangers of secondhand smoke. This law has been updated to include vapor, e-cigarettes, and anything that can be vaporized. This law states that you cannot smoke or vape in enclosed places where the public is present or 25 feet from an entrance, window, or air intake. For tips on quitting or no-smoking signage listen to this short interview with Alex Hutchinson, a Public Health Compliance Officer at the Bear River Health Department.
Utah Indoor Clean-Air Act
Feb 23, 2022