Provide feedback on a proposed ordinance that would establish a tobacco sales license, enact fees to ensure compliance, and raise the minimum age of tobacco purchase to 21 years old.
Tempe City Council’s Human Services and Community Safety Committee is moving forward with a focused approach to a proposed ordinance that aims to decrease youth tobacco and e-cigarette use, similar to what has been done in other cities in Arizona like Tucson and Flagstaff. The updated proposal would establish a tobacco sales license, enact fees to ensure compliance and raise the minimum age of tobacco purchase to 21 years old. The city is engaging in a public involvement process to solicit feedback about updates to the proposed ordinance. Learn more at tempe.gov/TobaccoOrdinance and provide input below.
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