Everyone has the right to breathe tobacco free air, including in their homes. Use this map to find tobacco free and smoke free properties in Travis County
Did you know the cost to clean and turn over a rental unit is up to seven times more if the last tenant was a smoker?
Contact us for free technical assistance to make your property smoke-free or tobacco-free at firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the Manager’s Guide to Smoke-Free Housing Policies to learn about the benefits of smoke-free policies for multi-unit housing and get helpful tips on how to implement policies that are legal and enforceable. The toolkit includes templates such as a sample lease addendum and policy disclosure form.
Blurb Put Yourself on the Map! To add your tobacco-free property, email us at email@example.com
Just because you don’t allow smoking in your apartment or condo doesn’t mean you’re breathing smoke-free air. In apartment and condominium buildings, up to 60% of indoor air is shared between units. Cigarette smoke seeps into adjoining units through doors, cracks in walls, lighting fixtures, windows, plumbing, and shared ventilation.
Secondhand smoke is a serious health hazard. It contains more than 7,000 chemicals, including 70 that are known to cause cancer.
Talk to your landlord about why you want a 100% tobacco-free property and how it will save them money.
Download our Tobacco-Free Housing Flyer to help educate them. If you’d like for us to work with them, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Encourage your friends and neighbors who are interested in quitting to take advantage of all of the FREE quit resources in Austin. Learn more at “HOW TO QUIT” page
If you have a health condition that is aggravated by secondhand smoke from a nearby unit, contact your local Tenants’ Council for assistance. For Travis County, visit www.housing-rights.org.
Quote from employer that went tobacco-free (ie “APH helped us go tobacco-free from start to finish…”)
Workplace Fact Sheet