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ree Illinois Act​ and Reporting Violations
​The Smoke-free Illinois Act prohibits smoking in virtually all public places and workplaces, including offices, theaters, museums, libraries, educational institutions, schools, commercial establishments, enclosed shopping centers and retail stores, restaurants, bars, private clubs and gaming facilities.​

Smoking-Related Complaints 

​​File a complaint online

The Smoke Free Illinois Act bans prohibits smoking in a public place or in any place of employment or within 15 feet of any entrance to a public place or place of employment. The SFIA prohibits smoking in any vehicle owned, leased or operated by the State or political subdivision of the State.

Smoking is prohibited in public places including (but not limited to):

  • restaurants
  • bars/taverns
  • bowling alleys
  • private clubs
  • gaming facilities
  • dormitories
  • public conveyances
  • sports arenas
  • retail and commercial establishments
  • convention facilities
  • not less than 75% of hotel/motel sleeping rooms
  • offices
  • hospitals

Smoke-Free Illinois Act

Smoke-Free Illinois Act Frequently Asked Questions

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No Smoking, No Vaping Signage

The Smoke Free Illinois Act mandates that workplaces and public spaces must have No Smoking signs clearly and conspicuously posted. KCHD has designed signage that you can use to create your workplace No Smoking/No Vaping signs. Simply download the PDF and submit to the sign company of your choice. The designs are 10" width x 14" height.

No SmokingVaping Sign 14H x 10W.pdf
SmokeVape Free Campus Sign 14H x 10W.pdf