Where is smoking prohibited outdoors in Coronado?
  • Public Property - The City prohibits smoking in parks and beaches, and all public property, including streets, highways, alleys, rights-of-way, parkways, sidewalks, parking lots and pathways.
  • Public or Private Property Within 25 Feet of an Enclosed Building - Smoking also is not allowed on public or private property within 25 feet of a doorway or window of an enclosed building, in which smoking is prohibited. Smoking, however, may be permitted in an outdoor dining area if a majority of the outdoor dining area is located on private property. See details below.
  • Private Property When Open to the General Public - Smoking is prohibited on outdoor private property if it is open to the general public for an event, recreational purposes or as a service area, such as ATMs, tickets lines, parking stands, etc.

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1. Where is smoking prohibited outdoors in Coronado?
2. Are there any exceptions?
3. Where is smoking allowed in Coronado?
4. How will these new outdoor smoking regulations be enforced?
5. Does the City’s new smoking ordinance address electronic cigarettes?