Which public areas are affected by the new ordinance?

The ordinance applies citywide to any indoor or outdoor public place publicly or privately owned, including but not limited to sidewalks, streets, outdoor dining areas, parks, playgrounds, picnic areas, walking paths, gardens, hiking trails, athletic field restrooms, concession areas, service areas such as information kiosks, ATMs, bus stops or shelters, and at public events areas including a farmers' market, parade, fair or festival.

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1. Why did the City Council adopt a new smoking ordinance?
2. Which public areas are affected by the new ordinance?
3. Does the ordinance apply to private residential property?
4. How are multi-unit residential properties affected?
5. Where else is smoking prohibited?
6. When will the new ordinance go into effect?
7. Are there any exceptions?
8. Does the new ordinance address electronic cigarettes and vaping?
9. What about hotels, motels, or bed and breakfast establishments?
10. How will these new regulations be enforced?
11. How much are the fines if someone is caught violating the ordinance?