Areas where smoking is permitted on Jasper Avenue from 107 St. to 111 St.
Areas where smoking is permitted on 82 Ave from 109 St to 99 St.
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The City of Edmonton's Public Places Bylaw regulates where smoking is permitted in public places: this includes tobacco, tobacco-like products, vaping and cannabis.
Effective July 1, 2020, tobacco like products are defined as:
"A product, other than a tobacco product, composed in whole or in part of plants or plant products, or any extract of them, and includes shisha and hookah."
Effective October 17, 2018, there are new rules on smoking and vaping.
Smoking will not be permitted within 10 metres of:
In addition, smoking will not be allowed on or within:
Smoking cannabis and tobacco will be permitted in private residences. However, private property owners may establish their own restrictions for smoking on their property.
For more information on particular interpretations of the bylaw, check our Frequently Asked Questions.
There are additional provincial and federal rules applicable to cannabis. edmonton.ca/cannabis
In addition to the new rules in the City of Edmonton on tobacco smoking, the Province of Alberta also regulates tobacco smoking in public places through the Tobacco and Smoking Reduction Act. Citizens are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the provincial rules.
Discarded cigarette butts are one of the most common forms of littering in the city. Business owners and managers are responsible for ensuring the area around their business is free of cigarette litter. The city has several programs to help keep Edmonton free of cigarette litter.
You can call 311 or use their online app to report a bylaw concern