Survey on Second-hand Smoke in Multi-Unit Housing Communities
The City of Campbell is currently soliciting voluntary input from tenants, residents, property managers and landlords about their attitudes on second-hand smoke in multi-unit housing communities in the City. Currently, the City neither restricts indoor smoking in multi-unit housing, nor is the City Council currently considering such restrictions. Tenants, property managers and landlords determine their multi-unit housing communities' smoking policies.
City law does regulate smoking in various locations including public buildings, restaurants, dining areas and public recreational areas such as open space, parks, and trails.
Personal information, such as your name, address, and social security number will not be collected as a condition of taking this survey. Responses will remain anonymous. If you would like to be notified when survey results are available, please include an e-mail address. All e-mail addresses submitted will be kept confidential.
There are two surveys--one for landlords and property managers, and the other for tenants and residents. Please click the applicable link to take the survey. These surveys close on Friday, July 29 at 11:59 PM. Thank you for your participation.