Report A Violation

Expanded Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA)

As of July 24, 2003, public and work places across New York State became, by law, smokefree. This included bars and restaurants. By expanding New York’s 1989 Clean Indoor Air Act to include nearly all public and work places, the state ensured both that all workers have a safe work place and that all nonsmokers, including children and senior citizens, can breathe smokefree air in the public places they visit.

Report a Violation

An employee or a member of the public can file a confidential or anonymous complaint against a business that violates the law in the Capital District by contacting the county-specific Department of Health.

Albany County
Albany County Department of Health
James B. Crucetti, M.D., M.P.H., Commissioner
175 Green Street
Albany, NY 12202
Phone: (518) 447-4580

Rensselaer County:
Rennselaer County Public Health Department
2nd Floor, Ned Pattison Government Center
Troy, NY 12180
(518) 270-2626

Schenectady County:
Schenectady County Public Health Services
Commissioner
107 Nott Terrace
Schaffer Heights
Schenectady, NY 12305
(518) 386-2810

The impact of the CIAA has been significant and positive.

Many of the following brochures and fact sheets about the Expanded Clean Indoor Air Act are available in PDF format only. To read, download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Workplaces

Restaurants/Bars

For even more information on New York State’s Clean Indoor Air Act, visit the NYS Department of Health web site.