What qualifies as a multiunit residence?

A multiunit residence includes any property containing two or more residences or any attached residence, or a residence sharing a common wall. It also applies to the following unit types and circumstances:

  • Mobile homes

  • Manufactured homes (typically known as RV parks and mobile home parks)

  • Dwelling areas in residential facilities such as group homes

  • Residential care facilities

  • Permanent supportive housing

  • Transitional housing

  • Assisted living facilities

  • Emergency and homeless shelters

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1. When does the ban go into effect?
2. What qualifies as a multiunit residence?
3. What types of residences are not subjected to the ordinance?
4. I live in multiunit housing. Where can I smoke?
5. What areas or spaces does the ban cover?
6. How does the ban work?
7. What should I do if smoking is occurring at my multiunit residence in violation of the ordinance?
8. What type of substances and devices do the regulations cover?
9. What are the notification requirements for landlords and HOAs?
10. What are the required lease provisions?
11. What are the posting and signage requirements for landlords/HOAs?
12. What if a property does not have signage?
13. Who should I contact if I still have questions?