What do you mean by "enclosed public places"?
Enclosed area means all space between a floor and ceiling that is enclosed on all sides by permanent or temporary walls or windows which extend from floor to the ceiling.

Public place means an enclosed area to which the public is invited or in which the public is permitted (Section 54-171).

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1. Why adopt a smoking ordinance?
2. When does the Smoking Ordinance take effect?
3. Where is smoking prohibited?
4. What do you mean by "enclosed public places"?
5. Does this ordinance include city-owned facilities?
6. Can I smoke in the privacy of my own home?
7. What does Section 54-175 explain?
8. I sometimes like to relax at bars with a beverage and a cigarette; am I not allowed to smoke a cigarette in a bar anymore, since it is considered a "public place"?
9. My company has a section at work that is designated for smoking, are employees allowed to smoke in this area?
10. Can I smoke at the outdoor flea market?
11. My place of business has ashtrays placed outside entrance of my establishment, am I allowed to have the ashtrays there?
12. I own a business, how do I know that my business is in compliance with this ordinance?
13. Who is responsible to enforce the Smoking Ordinance?
14. What happens if someone violates the Smoking Ordinance?
15. How can I learn more about this ordinance?