Clean Air St. Joe has encouraged its supporters and volunteers to write postcards - dozens of them - to the city's elected officials.
Each postcard is personalized, and urges local lawmakers to pass an ordinance that would ban smoking in public places.
Donations paid for the paper and the postage; the postcards will be mailed as soon as possible.
The non-profit group says this is the next step in getting their message out there.
"We think that giving our elected officials an opportunity to hear from their constituents - the people who elected them to office, who represent 'We the People' - is a good opportunity to let our voices be heard," said Sara Summers from the Heartland Foundation, serving as a spokeswoman for Clean Air St. Joe.
According to Clean Air St. Joe, St. Joseph is the largest city of its size not to have a non-smoking ordinance.