Frisco offers its visitors and residents a smoke-free community! As of June 1, 2004 smoking is no longer permitted in restaurants, bars, and other indoor public places in Frisco including, but not limited to:
- Billiard and pool halls
- Restrooms, lobbies, hallways, and elevators
- Indoor sports arenas and performance halls
- Grocery and retail stores
- Public meetings and courtrooms
- Hospitals, clinics, and other health-care facilities
- Child and elder-care facilities
- Libraries and schools
- Private residences serving as child care facilities during business hours
Smoking is also no longer permitted in the following other places in:
- Buses, taxicabs, gondolas, and other means of public transit, as well as any partially or fully enclosed structure used by the public to wait for public transit service
Smoking is allowed in the following indoor public places at the discretion of the property owner or manager:
- Guest lodging rooms including hotels, motels, condos, B&B’s, and townhomes
- Retail tobacco stores
- Private clubs not open to the public
Frequently Asked Questions
Are all restaurants and bars smoke- free in this ordinance?
Yes, smoking is prohibited in all areas of restaurants and bars that are enclosed and open to the public.
Can you smoke on patios and decks outside of a restaurant or bar?
Yes, smoking is allowed in outdoor areas, unless otherwise prohibited by the establishment owner.