REYNOLDSBURG, OH (WCMH) — In March, Reynoldsburg passed an ordinance to make all city-owned parks tobacco-free. Thursday, they took a step further to make sure visitors get the message.
The city teamed up with Franklin County Public Health to put up 60 signs around Reynoldsburg-owned parks. They want to prevent risks from secondhand smoke and minimize littering that comes with tobacco products.
Smoking and vaping in the parks could result in a fine. Franklin County Public Health does offer free services to help residents out using tobacco products.