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Common Interest Communities and Smoke-Free Multi-Housing

Smoke-free policies can be adopted by common interest communities by making a change to the House Rules or the Declaration. These policies are legal to adopt and can improve your bottom line. Smoke free policies also protect residents from the dangers of secondhand smoke and provide many other benefits. You can read our guidebook Adopting a Smoke-Free Policy: A Guide for Minnesota Homeowners Associations for an overview to adopting a smoke-free policy.

Are you considering adopting a policy for your association? Find answers to your questions:

Get the materials and resources you need:

Live Smoke Free has materials to walk you through the whole smoke-free policy adoption and implementation process, including:

A smoke-free policy is a unique and valuable amenity that you can provide your residents. Contact Live Smoke Free for a free consultation on how you can adopt a smoke-free policy for your rental buildings!

For Property Managers in Rental Properties

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For Property Managers in Rental Properties

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For Renters in Common Interest Communities

You may find our Renter section useful.

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