Programs and Services
The City of Kingston's No Smoking By-law prohibits smoking in all enclosed public places and work places as well as a number of newly designated outdoor places. In November of 2012, the City of Kingston approved the addition of the following outdoor places to the number of designated public places where smoking is prohibited:
- parks & beaches,sports fields & playgrounds,
- outdoor community meeting areas,
- within 3 metres of all entrances or exits of publicly accessible places and work places,
- within 9 metres of entrances or exits of municipal buildings, and
- within 9 metres of Kingston Transit shelters located at the Cataraqui Centre, Kingston Centre, and St. Lawrence College transfer points.
- For more information, contact the Tobacco Information Line at 613 549-1232 ext. 1333 or email email@example.com
Smoke-Free Housing Ontario
Smoke-Free Housing Ontario helps landlords and property managers increase options for smoke-free living in multi-unit dwellings. Research shows the demand for smoke-free environments is on the rise. Ontarians are protected from second-hand smoke in virtually all enclosed workplaces and public places, yet many are exposed in their own homes as a result of smoke from neighbouring units. Check out www.smokefreehousingon.ca
or call the Tobacco Information Line for more information.
Welcome to Ontario’s first website designed to connect tenants who wish to live in smoke-free accommodations with landlords who have smoke-free properties available for rent. If you are a tenant or new arrival to the Kingston area looking for a smoke-free environment in which to live please check out the Smoke-Free Housing Registry. If you are the owner or property manager of multi-unit properties which are smoke-free and you wish to have your information included on our registry please provide your contact information by completing the online registration form.
The Take Control program at KFL&A Public Health assists people to become smoke-free through individual, group and workplace support. For those thinking of quitting, wanting to join a session or require more information, please call the Tobacco Information Line.
Whether you are planning a pregnancy, are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have recently given birth, this program can help you and your family become tobacco-free. Free individual support from a public health nurse is offered, along with carbon monoxide breath testing and access to subsidized nicotine replacement therapy, while supplies last. For more information or to register, please call the Child & Baby talk Phone Line.
Whether you’re trying to quit, trying to support someone who is quitting, trying to understand how smoke-free laws affect your business, or just looking for support in the community, the Tobacco Information line can help. 613-549-1232 or 1-800-267-7875, ext. 1333