As a tenant, you have the right to breathe clean air and live free of involuntary secondhand smoke exposure. Many tenants (renters) have questions about how to ensure a smokefree environment for their family. The American Lung Association in Vermont has provided this site to address these concerns.
On the tenant section of this site, you will find useful information, including strategies for tenants for dealing with your landlord and neighbors, renter resources, links and tools, quick fixes for temporary solutions to smoke incursion and facts about your renter’s rights. Just have a few general questions? Jump to our FAQ page for some of the common highlights on what you need to know about smokefree housing, and if you are looking for further information on secondhand smoke, we have that information available as well.
Below are a few key points, but please visit the pages above for more information.
The information and materials contained on this website are for informational purposes only and are not offered,
or intended to be, and should not be construed to be legal advice nor to be a substitute for obtaining
legal advice from a licensed attorney.
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