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Why Go Smoke-Free?

Cleaner units. Faster turnover. Healthier residents. There are plenty of reasons to go smokefree.

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72% of renters in buildings that allow smoking but have smoke-free units would prefer their building be non-smoking.

54% of renters are concerned about the effect of secondhand smoke from other units on their health.


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  • More than 58 million nonsmokers in the US—including 15 million children ages 3-11—are exposed to secondhand smoke, according to the latest CDC Vital Signs.
  • Exposure to secondhand smoke kills more than 41,000 adult nonsmokers each year from heart disease and lung cancer and more than 400 infants from sudden infant death syndrome.
  • Proven interventions, including adopting smoke-free policies for public and residential buildings, can reduce secondhand smoke exposure.

Reports on E-Cigarette Adverse Events

Click on the link below to view the e-cigarette safety reports submitted to the FDA. These are voluntary reports of adverse events involving e-cigarettes from consumers, health professionals and concerned members of the public.

To see reports:
Scroll down to Special Interest Topics: E-Cigarette Adverse Events.

Upcoming Events

Fond du Lac Sustainability and Policy Committee Meeting

Join us at our next Tobacco Prevention & Control Meeting
Wednesday March 25, 2015

Fond du Lac City/County Government Center
160 S. Macy Street
Fond du Lac
Room H

Asthma Home Walkthrough Toolkit

Wisconsin Tobacco Facts

  • 5,100 kids (under 18) become new daily smokers each year
  • 6.7 million packs of cigarettes are bought or smoked by kids each year
  • Wisconsin's annual health care costs directly caused by smoking is $2.66 billion
  • 7,600 adults in Wisconsin die each year from their own smoking

Are You Wondering About E-Cigarettes?

Youth Tobacco Survey Data

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