Smoke-free Air Act Initiative

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Official Signs

"No Smoking" Sign

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No smoking Sign

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No smoking Sign

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The New Jersey Smoke-Free Air Act (P.L. 2005, c.383) requires that a "No Smoking" sign be prominently posted at every public entrance and properly maintained where smoking is prohibited. These signs must state that violators may be fined. Signs must also be posted in areas where smoking is permitted.


Indoor public places and workplaces where smoking is prohibited include a
ny enclosed location at which a person performs any service or labor except as otherwise provided by the law.

There are few indoor public places and workplaces where smoking is permitted. These exceptions include the following:

  • Hotels, motels or other lodging establishments may permit smoking in up to 20% of guest rooms;
  • Within the perimeters of casino gaming areas, and casino simulcasting facilities;

"Smoking Permitted" Sign

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Smoking Permitted Sign

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Smoking Permitted Sign

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  • Registered cigar bars or lounges that in calendar year ending December 31, 2004, generated 15% or more of total annual gross income from the sale of tobacco products;
  • Tobacco retail establishments whose primary activity (51%) is the retail sale of tobacco products and accessories and the sale of other products is incidental.

These signs are provided by the New Jersey Department of Health for your convenience. They can be printed from an office computer in color or black and white.