The following jurisdictions have passed policies that restrict or eliminate the sale of flavored tobacco and vape products, or have updated smoking definitions.
The SOL Staff is currently working with the following agencies or coalitions and encourages community members, health care professionals, CBO's, youth, law enforcement, clergy, school personnel and others to learn more and join!
Join a Local Tobacco Control Coalition and help restrict access to flavored tobacco & Vape Products
reduce exposure to second hand smoke
Counter Tobacco Industry Targeting
Help others quit smoking:
Local Policy work
City of Elk Grove - On March 11 2020, the City of Elk Grove consider an Urgency Interim Ordinance imposing a Moratoriumonthe issuance of any new Permit, License, or Entitlement for any new Smoking Lounge, Smoke Shop, or Tobacco Retailer.
Yolo County - Back in 2016, the Yolo County Board of Supervisors voted to ban the sale of flavored tobacco under the county’s Tobacco Retail Permit Ordinance, which affected tobacco retailers in unincorporated areas of the county.
City of Davis - City Council voted unanimously at its March 24 meeting to adopt a policy that ban the sale of flavored tobacco products (cigarettes, e-cigarettes, vape cartridges, cigars and pipe tobacco) in the Davis city limit effective Sept. 1, 2020.
City of Woodland - On November 2019, the City of Woodland voted on a policy to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products within city limits, which went into effect on April 1, 2020.
City of West Sacramento - On January 15 2020, a policy to stop the sell of flavored tobacco was adopted, which went to effect on April 15, 2020.
Get more informed about the tobacco industry's effects in our neighborhoods. Click the links below to find out more information about tobacco in Sacramento!
Saving Our Legacy: African Americans for Smoke-Free Safe Places