§ 1008.3.

REGULATION OF SMOKING IN PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS ARENAS, CONVENTION FACILITIES, AND HOTEL LOBBIES

The owner of the following premises, or the person who has the right to possession and management of the premises, shall designate smoking and non- smoking areas in enclosed areas of the following places and shall enforce the smoking prohibition in the non- smoking areas during those times when the general public has access to the premises. The owner or person with the right to possession and management shall post the signs required by Section 1008.5. An enclosed area may be divided into smoking and non-smoking areas without a physical separation between them. The posted signs shall clearly designate where the demarcation is between the smoking and non-smoking areas. Designated smoking areas shall not exceed in aggregate size the areas which are for the general public and which must be devoted to non- smoking.

a.

Public areas of any building primarily used for exhibiting motion pictures, drama, dance, musical performance or other entertainment, and within any room, hall or auditorium that is occasionally used for exhibiting motion pictures, drama, dance, musical performance, lecture or other entertainment during the time that said room, hall or auditorium is open to the public for such exhibition; provided, however, that smoking is permitted on a stage when such smoking is part of a stage production;

b.

Public areas of buildings containing sports arenas;

c.

Public areas of convention facilities;

d.

Hotel lobbies.

History

(Added by Ord. 300-88, App. 6/30/88)

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