Prior to the adoption of Ord. 15928 on 03/15/1999, Section 11-290 read as follows.


    Except as provided in this article, the possession of lighted smoking materials in any form including, but not limited to, the possession of lighted cigarettes, cigars, pipes, or other tobacco products, is unlawful in any of the following places used by or open to the public or serving as a place of work:

    (1)    Any commercial establishment including, but not limited to, retail stores, banks, office buildings, offices, and restaurants;

    (2)    Any public transportation vehicle including, but not limited to, buses, limousines for hire, and taxicabs;

    (3)    Elevators;

    (4)    Restrooms;

    (5)    Libraries, educational facilities, day care facilities, museums, auditoriums, and art galleries;

    (6)    Any indoor public area of a health care facility, health clinic, or ambulatory care facility including, but not limited to, laboratories associated with the rendition of health care treatment, hospitals, rest homes, and offices of health professionals;

    (7)    Any indoor place of entertainment or recreation including, but not limited to, gymnasiums, theatres, concert halls, bingo halls, arenas, and swimming pools;

    (8)    All public areas and waiting rooms of public transportation facilities including, but not limited to, bus and airport facilities;

    (9)    Any other enclosed areas serving as a place of work or used by the public including open office landscaping and shopping malls;

    (10)    Rooms in which meetings and/or hearings open to the public are held, except where such rooms are in a private residence.

    (11)    Anywhere in any building owned or managed by the city.

(Ord. No. 11375, § 1, 2-16-87; Ord. No. 14736 § 1, 1-16-96)