Going smoke-free saves money, protects your property and keeps residents happy.
Smoke-free housing is a growing trend across Washington state and the nation. For landlords and owners, the business benefits can translate into thousands of dollars in savings. And for residents, clean air can determine where they choose to make their home.
Learn more about how—and why—to go smoke-free:
- Information for landlords
- Information for tenants
- Information for condo owners
- Read stories from landlords and tenants about smoke-free housing
- Smokefree Oregon
- The Smoke-free Housing Coalition of Maine
- MISmoke-free Apartment (Michigan)
- The Smoke-Free Environments Law Project (SFELP) of Michigan
A statewide project that provides information on policies and practices to protect the general public from the harmful effects of environmental tobacco smoke.
- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The EPA provides comprehensive information on the health effects of secondhand smoke and the benefits of adopting smoke-free policies.