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City Government Smoking Information Current Smoking Regulations
Current Smoking Regulations


 Beverly Hills Smoking Regulations

To protect and promote public health, the City of Beverly Hills regulates smoking in accordance with both state and local regulations. On October 3, 2017, the City Council approved an ordinance that prohibits smoking in all multi-unit housing in the City. For more information about the City's Smoke-Free Multi-Unit Housing Ordinance, please click here.

Title 5 Chapter 4 of the Beverly Hills Municipal Code regulates smoking in Beverly Hills. The smoking regulations apply to traditional tobacco smoke, electronic cigarettes/vaping devices, and marijuana smoke. California Health and Safety Code prohibits the smoking of cannabis or cannabis products in a location where smoking tobacco is prohibited. Please see a summary of all non-permitted smoking areas below.  

Non-Permitted and Permitted Smoking Areas
Non-Permitted Areas Permitted Areas
  • On public school property (State law)
  • In vehicles with minors (State law)
  • In or within 20 feet of public buildings (State law)
  • In enclosed spaces at places of employment (State law)
  • At City parks and the Beverly Canon Gardens
  • In or within 20 feet of open air dining areas, unless actively travelling by
  • Within public right-of-way (sidewalks, streets, alleyways, etc.), unless actively travelling
  • At farmers markets
  • At public and private plazas
  • At outdoor public events
  • At outdoor service lines (ATM lines, ticket lines, etc.)
  • In City-owned vehicles 
  • In multi-unit housing
  • At private smoker lounges (State law)
  • In designated hotel/motel areas
  • Within public right-of-way (sidewalks, streets, alleyways, etc.), only if actively travelling


Multi-Unit Housing Smoking Regulations
Public Right of Way and Outdoor Dining Regulations