Smoke-Free Outdoor Recreation Areas

Central Plumas Recreation and Park District

Park facilities operated by the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District throughout the county became tobacco-free effective April 1, 2018! That means no smoking, chewing, and no vaping anywhere on park premises.  

For information on Tobacco-Free Outdoor policies (PDF).

Just a little piece of trash? Nope. 

Big Tobacco would love for us to see their toxic trash as harmless little bits of paper and cotton. We'd love for them to come clean about the mess they've made.  Cigarette butt trash Opens in new windowClick the picture above to watch a video on the impacts of tobacco waste on the environment. 

Meet Big Tobacco's toxic waste 

Cigarette trash is a dirty problem, made by an even dirtier industry. It's time for Big Tobacco to come clean about the dangers of their toxic waste. Cigarette Butt Trash Opens in new window

Click the picture above to watch a video on the impacts of tobacco waste on the environment. 

Thrown Away 

Just look around. They're everywhere. In 2005, an estimated 135 million pounds of cigarette butts were dumped into the U.S. environment. Cigarette butts are the most common toxic waste found in cleanups and the number one item found on California highways. And contrary to popular belief, they do not decompose completely. Cigarette Butt in Water Opens in new window

Click the picture above to watch a video on the impacts of tobacco waste on the environment. 

Toxic Tobacco Waste Infograph with PCPHA Information