Smoke Free Idaho volunteers are working with municipal leaders to establish thoughtful, pragmatic and comprehensive smoke free policies. Now is the time to act! Join this effort by signing up as a local volunteer. Our campaign team will reach out to share the most up-to-date initiatives and find an opportunity for you to make a difference. In addition, take time to contact your local elected officials from the list below. Contact from key constituents can make all the difference, so reach out today and make your voice heard.

Twin Falls

Beginning in 2018, Twin Falls residents have been mobilizing to let their city leaders know of their desire to make Twin Falls a healthier community. If you want to get more engaged there are a number of ways to help:

  • Sign the petition
  • Contact your city leaders
  • Contact us to stay up to date as our momentum progresses.

Garden City

Garden City residents and stakeholders have worked diligently over a number of years to provide equal health protections to all service industry employees. The Garden City Council went so far to even look at this issue in 20##. As we continue to make progress your voice as a Garden City resident is vital. There are a number of ways you can help.

  • Sign the petition
  • Contact your city leaders
  • Contact us to stay up to date as our momentum progresses.

Lewiston

Lewiston residents have worked diligently over a number of years to provide equal health protections to all service industry employees. In a response to the community’s voice, the Lewiston City Council implemented a smoke-free ordinance in City parks. Smoke Free Idaho believes the City Council should extend the same protections to service industry workers as to park patron.  As we continue to make progress your voice as a Garden City resident is vital. There are a number of ways you can help.

  • Sign the petition
  • Contact your city leaders
  • Contact us to stay up to date as our momentum progresses.

Meridian

Meridian City residents have been engaging their local elected officials to make Meridian a healthier community. A 2014 poll of Meridian residents showed overwhelming support to implement a clean indoor air law. As we continue to make progress your voice as a Meridian citizen is vital. There are a number of ways you can help.

  • Sign the petition
  • Contact your city leaders
  • Contact us to stay up to date as our momentum progresses.