Tobacco Retail Licensure and Compliance
If you sell tobacco or inhalant delivery system (IDS) products directly to consumers, you are required to get a tobacco retail license starting January 1, 2022 . This includes retail stores, cigar and hookah lounges, bars or any other type of business that sells these products. For information on how to apply for a license, visit:
If you are a retailer who needs help complying with tobacco sales laws, contact:
Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act
Marion County TPEP partners with public and private organizations and businesses to provide technical assistance in developing and implementing smoke-free policies for workplaces, multi-unit housing, city parks, one-time and ongoing outdoor events, and other public areas.
TPEP can also assist in clarifying or enhancing an existing policy. In many cases, TPEP can offer signage and/or communication materials to assist with policy implementation and enforcement.
Click here to request technical assistance or ICAA decals (available in English and Spanish).
What do I need to do to comply with the OICAA Law?
Oregon Health Authority : For Businesses: Frequently Asked Questions : Indoor Clean Air Act : State of Oregon
What is an enclosed area?
Oregon's Indoor Clean Air Act (ICAA) requires workplaces and public places to be smoke, vapor, and aerosol free. This includes enclosed areas that are open to the public. For definitions and examples of enclosed areas, click here.
Tobacco-Free Worksite Policy & Resources:
Marion County TPEP also does outreach and enforcement for Oregon's Smoke-free Workplace Law.
Tobacco-Free work sites
Outdoor Areas and Events