Smoking could be banned at a number of public places including bus and taxi stops in Derbyshire.
The County Council will be asked to approve a consultation around increasing the number of smoke free spaces across the county at a cabinet meeting later this week.
The zones aim to improve people's health by reducing the impact of smoking. Smoking bans are already in place on hospital grounds.
The council says smoke free areas have a range of benefits, including reducing the number of children and young people taking up smoking, and reducing smoking-related litter.
Proposed new smoke-free spaces:
- Infant, junior and primary school gates
- Children's play areas/play grounds
- Children's sports clubs
- Adults' sports clubs
- Sports stadiums
- Bus and taxi stands
- Outside Derbyshire County Council, district and borough council buildings
- Leisure centre entrances
- Skate parks
- Theme parks (targeted at children's specific areas)
Dr Ian Campbell says he supports the consultation.
If approved by the county council on Thursday, the eight week consultation on plans to create additional smoke-free areas will begin later this year.