Michigan Smoke-Free Air Law
The Chippewa County Clean Indoor Air Regulation and the Michigan Smoke-Free Air Law, which went into effect on October 11, 2004 and May 1, 2010 respectively. The Chippewa County Clean Indoor Air Regulation and the Michigan Smoke-Free Air Law protects, men, women, and children from the harmful health effects of secondhand smoke in most worksites and public places, making Chippewa County a healthier place to live, work and play.
Complaints regarding food service establishments may be directed to the Chippewa County Health Department at (906)253-3161 or by visiting us at https://www.chippewahd.com/Page/143. Complaints regarding non food service establishments can be directed to the Michigan Department of Community Health Tobacco Program at (517) 241- 6303 or by visiting www.michigan.gov/smokefreelaw. Smoke-free business decals are available to business owners at no cost at each Health Department Entrance.