Banned: Oklahoma town bans e-cigarettes, tobacco from city properties, lakes
GUTHRIE, Okla. – The list of cities and towns across Oklahoma that have banned tobacco and e-cigarettes is growing.
Recently, the Guthrie City Council approved an ordinance that bans tobacco and e-cigarettes on all city-owned and operated properties.
Those areas include city buildings, parks, lakes and little league sports fields.
If you’re caught smoking, you could face up to a $200 fine.
Officials say the move helps the environment and protects others from second-hand smoke.
More than 30 cities in Oklahoma have already passed a similar ordinance.