Public Act No. 188 of 2009, as Amended: Michigan's Smoke-Free Indoor Air Law
Michigan residents and visitors are protected from exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke in all restaurants, bars and businesses (including hotels and motels), thanks to Public Act No. 188 of 2009, as amended: Michigan's Smoke-Free Indoor Air Law.
Clean air is fundamental to good health. The public health and well-being of workers and customers alike is the best reason for state government to ensure smoke-free businesses, including restaurants and bars. Smoke-free air is good for Michigan residents, workers and visitors — and now — Michigan is serving smoke-free air.
Below, you will find more detailed information about the law and the exemptions that are allowed, as well as answers to frequently asked questions, tools for businesses, and tobacco dependence treatment information for business and citizens.
- Public Act No. 188 of 2009, as amended: Michigan's Smoke-Free Indoor Air Law
- Frequently Asked Questions
- E-Cigarettes — What You Should Know
- Tools for Businesses
- Smoke-Free Building Decal
- Smoke-Free Restaurant Postcard
- Smoke-Free Business Information Postcard
- Guide for Business Owners
- Compliance Checklist for Business Owners
- Quit Support for Business Owners
- Educational Materials
- Media Resources
- Enforcement Guidance for Local Health Departments and MDHHS
- Memo of Agreement Between Michigan Department of Agriculture and MDCH
- How Guidance and Forms were Developed
- Responding to Complaints for Food Establishments, Part 129
- Smoke-Free Workplace Violation and Complaint Form
- Guidance for Responding to Violations During Inspection, Part 129
- Responding to Complaints in Worksites and Public Places, Part 126
- Reporting Violations of the Law