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Except as provided in Section 5.50.110, all massage and/or bodywork offices or establishments shall comply with the following facilities and operations requirements:
A. A minimum of one toilet and washbasin shall be provided for every massage and/or bodywork office or establishment.
B. Cabinets or other covered space shall be provided for the storage of clean linen. Clean, covered and lined receptacles shall be provided for the storage of all soiled linen and paper towels.
C. All lavatories or washbasins shall be provided with running water, dispensed soap, and single-service towels.
D. Every portion of a massage and/or bodywork office or establishment, including appliances and apparatus, shall be kept in good repair, and all premises, appliances and apparatus, and all personnel thereon and their clothing, shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition at all times.
E. All massage and/or bodywork offices or establishments shall be provided with clean and sanitary towels, sheets, and linens in sufficient quantity. Towels, sheets, and linens shall not be used by more than one person; re-use is prohibited unless that same has first been laundered. Heavy white paper may be substituted for sheets, provided that the paper is used for only one person and then discarded into a sanitary receptacle.
F. Disinfecting agents and sterilizing equipment shall be provided for any instruments used in performing acts of massage and/or bodywork and the instruments shall be disinfected and sterilized after each use.
G. Pads used on massage tables shall be cleaned or covered with a clean covering after each use.
H. No massage and/or bodywork office or establishment owner or employee, or massage and/or bodywork practitioner shall, while on the premises of a massage and/or bodywork office or establishment and in the presence of any patron or customer, expose his or her genitals, buttocks, or chest. No person shall, in the course of administering any massage, somatic procedure, or health treatment, intentionally make physical contact with the genitals or anus of any other person.
I. As qualified by Section 5.50.110, no massage and/or bodywork office or establishment shall be used for residential or sleeping purposes.
J. No alcoholic beverages shall be sold, served, or furnished to any customer, nor, except as qualified by Section 5.50.110, shall any alcoholic beverages be kept, or possessed on the premises of a massage and/or bodywork office or establishment.
K. No massage and/or bodywork office or establishment shall be kept open for business and no owner or massage and/or bodywork practitioner shall provide any home visit or outcall massage and/or bodywork service or administer any massages and/or bodywork or other treatment between the hours of 11:00 p.m. of one day and 5:00 a.m. of the following day.
L. Permittee shall comply with all applicable state and local laws, including, but not limited to, health, zoning, fire and safety requirements and standards.
(Ord. 728, 2004).