Section 8.18.055 of the City of Burlingame's Multi-Tenant Smoking Ordinance prohibits smoking of tobacco products, including marijuana, in multi-unit residences. This pertains to the enclosed and unenclosed common areas of a multi-unit residence, unless it is a designated smoking area. Burlingame has joined about 20 other cities or county unincorporated areas in Northern California requiring multi-unit housing to be smoke-free.
Note: This ordinance does not apply to those with a medical marijuana card.
The ordinance went into effect in 2015 but its enforcement was delayed until 2016 to allow for public education of the ordinance, and for property owners and tenants to become aware of the new regulations and take any necessary measures to comply with the ordinance. Complaints, questions or concerns about the ordinance should be directed to the City's Code Enforcement Officer Rachel Norwitt at 650-558-7208 or email@example.com. Complaintant names are kept confidential.
- San Mateo County Tobacco Education Coalition
- San Mateo County Health System: Tobacco Prevention Program (TTP)
- City of Burlingame Municipal Code