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Smoke-free Housing Resources

everyone deserves to breath clean smoke-free air in their home

Whether you rent or own your home, you should be protected from the harmful effects of secondhand smoke. On this page, you can find information on smoke-free housing policies, laws, tips, and resources. 

Tobacco-free housing is a growing trend across the state, with many homeowners and landlords adopting smoke- or tobacco-free policies for their homes and buildings. To learn more and find out how you can advocate for tobacco-free policies in your community, join the Smokefree Oregon email list.

Experiencing drifting smoke in your home?

Experiencing drifting smoke in your home can be both frustrating and unhealthy. Below are suggested steps to address the issue. The idea is to start at Step 1 and try to resolve the issue as early and easily as possible. Don’t be discouraged. Keep trying if you aren’t able to fix it right away. Try to get support and stay calm when you communicate with others about the drifting smoke.


Common spaces in multiunit housing are considered to be workplaces and are covered by Oregon’s Indoor Clean Air Act. To learn more about the Indoor Clean Air Act and register a complaint, please visit our Complaint of Violation page.

Landlords and property managers

Here are resources landlords and property managers can use to adopt or enforce smoke-free policies. 


If you own your own home and are experiencing secondhand smoke, check out the links below to learn what you can do to protect yourself and your family.

Other resources 

Additional resources on smoke-free housing: