Clean Indoor Air Act
- New York State Public Health Law - Regulation of Smoking in Public and Work Places (As of 2015)
- Governor Cuomo Announces Impact of the NYS Clean Indoor Air Act on 10th Anniversary of the Law's Passage (July 2013)
- StatShot: Public Support for New York's Comprehensive Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA) (July 2013) (PDF, 356KB)
- Statshot: Compliance with the NYS Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA), 2003-2013 (July 2013) (PDF, 336KB)
- StatShot: Hospital Admissions for Acute Myocardial Infarctions in NYS Decline After Implementation of Comprehensive Smoking Law (July 2013) (PDF, 349KB)
- New York State's Clean Indoor Air Act: Ten Years Later and Going Strong, A Public Health Success Story (July 2013) (PDF, 1.21MB)
- A Guide to the New York State Clean Indoor Air Act (Revised May 2011)
- A Guide for Employers to New York State's Clean Indoor Air Act (Revised May 2011)
- Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA) - Implementation Guidance (Revised December 2009)
- A Guide for Restaurants and Bars to New York State's Clean Indoor Air Act (July 2003)
Contact Your Local Health Department to:
- Report a possible violation
- Get technical assistance for employers
- Learn of active Clean Indoor Air Act waivers
- Learn the Status of Enforcement Actions in response to noncompliance with the Clean Indoor Air Act
To find the phone number of your local health department, see the NYS Interactive Map: Regional, District and County Environmental Health Programs.
Free Help and Information on Quitting Smoking and Other Tobacco Products
One of the most devastating drains on life and productivity is tobacco use and dependence. Talk to your health care provider for quit assistance or contact the NYS Smokers' Quitline toll-free at 1-866-NY-QUITS (1-866-697-8487) or visit www.nysmokefree.com for free information and services in English and Spanish.
Click on the signs below for printable PDF versions.