Alaska Smoking Law
New Smokefree Workplace Statute
Smoking and vaping is not allowed in enclosed public places and places of employment. "Place of employment" means work areas, private offices, hotel and motel rooms, employee lounges, restrooms, conference rooms, classrooms, cafeterias, hallways, vehicles, and other employee work areas that are under the control of an employer.
The Smokefree Alaska bill, prohibits smoking in enclosed public places and workplaces, including buses and taxis, stores, bars and restaurants, as recorded in Alaska Statute 18.35.301
No Smoking Signs
For more information or to get "No Smoking" signs, please see the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services' Smokefree Workplace Law web page.