No Smoking in Morro Bay?

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No Smoking


The city of Morro Bay may impose new rules to ban smoking in public places.  If approved, Morro Bay will become the only second jurisdiction in San Luis Obispo County, and the 57th city in California to regulate secondhand smoke.

Presently, the city of San Luis Obispo is the only government in San Luis Obispo County that has such a comprehensive ban in place.  It appears many cities are adopting similar or some restrictions in this area.  Differentiation varies from regulating public smoking to lesser degrees versus comprehensive bans.  For example, only smoking in recreation areas are banned in Arroyo Grande and Atascadero.


Quit Smoking


A comprehensive ban aims at cutting out smoking in all public places, including dining areas, entry ways, public events, recreation areas, service areas such as ticket lines, sidewalks and work sites.

The ordinances are currently being drafted and scheduled to go back to the city council for review.  More updates will follow.

Does your city ban smoking?



Info provided as a courtesy by Sherry Sim, Broker/Owner of Sims & Company, offering real estate services in Cayucos, Cambria, Los Osos, Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo & rest of beautiful Central Coast, San Luis Obispo County.

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Data is deemed reliable at time of posting but not guaranteed. 



Comments (2)

Eric Michael
Remerica Integrity, Realtors®, Northville, MI - Livonia, MI
Metro Detroit Real Estate Professional 734.564.1519

Smoking is gross and bad for your health. I can't believe the government lets the tobacco companies do what they do while taking away more and more of OUR rights all the time. Amazing.

Feb 28, 2012 10:42 AM
Sherry Peckhoon Sim
Sims & Company - Cayucos, CA
Broker/Owner, Covering the Beautiful Central Coast

Thanks for visiting, Eric. I have never smoked, and agree smoking is bad for one's health.

Feb 28, 2012 10:50 AM