Today, more and more properties are going smoke- and vape-free because Vermont properties with clean indoor air are legal, healthy, safe and cost-effective. See below for toolkits and resources to help landlords, property managers and owners transition and maintain their properties to be free of cigarette smoke and vape emissions.


Support for property owners, managers and landlords

  • Considering implementing smoke- and vape-free policies? Check out the Housing Toolkit, tenant Survey 1 and Survey 2.
  • Already have a clean indoor air policy in place? Reference the Addendum as needed to ensure your property stays smoke- and emissions-free.
  • Need building signage? Landlords and others can complete the Signage Order Form to get what they need at no cost.

Support for renters

  • Want to get a clean indoor air policy adopted where you live? Check out these smoke-free policies and laws
  • Need to report a smoking or vaping violation? Please contact our Smoking Violations Team at 802-863-7330 or [email protected]

Recently adopted a smoke-free policy?

Landlords, owners and property managers can check out the Year After Guide, a resource that details what landlords may experience during the process of going smoke-free, as well as recommended actions along the way.

Tobacco Control Program
Vermont Department of Health - Health Promotion & Disease Prevention

280 State Drive
Waterbury, VT  05671-8380

[email protected]

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