SEC. 11-243.  PHYSICAL FACILITY AND BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS - CITY LICENSED MASSAGE BUSINESSES OR ESTABLISHMENTS.
   The following facility requirements shall be applicable to all massage businesses and establishments owned and/or operated by permittees:
   (A)   All requirements set forth in Sec. 11-242 above, with the exception of subdivision (B).
   (B)   A readable sign which complies with all applicable code requirements shall be posted at the main entrance identifying the establishment as a massage business or establishment.
   (C)   A sign identifying the operating hours of the massage business or establishment shall be posted in an open and conspicuous public place at the business or establishment. Customers shall be allowed inside massage businesses or establishments only during posted operating hours.
   (D)   No person may be inside any massage business or establishment from two hours after the posted closing time until one hour prior to the posted opening time.
   (E)   A list of available services and the duration and cost of such services shall be posted in an open and conspicuous public place at the business or establishment. No services shall be offered or performed at the business or establishment unless so posted, and no sums shall be charged for services other than those posted.
   (F)   (1)   All arrangements for services to be performed shall be made in a room in the massage business or establishment that is not used for the administration of any available service. No massage technician shall, after the commencement of any service for any customer, advise, suggest, or otherwise indicate to such customer that additional services could be performed. No massage technician shall perform any service for any customer which was not requested by such customer when the initial arrangements for services were made.
      (2)   After arrangements for services to be performed have been made with any customer as set forth in paragraph (1) of this subdivision and prior to the commencement of any service for said customer, a written record shall be made containing the following information:
         (a)   The date and hour of each treatment or service;
         (b)   The name and address of the customer;
         (c)   The name of the massage practitioner, massage technician, or massage therapist who administered such treatment or services;
         (d)   A description of the services requested by the customer when the initial arrangements for services were made.
      (3)   The written records described in paragraph (2) of this subdivision shall be open to inspection upon demand only by officials charged with enforcement of this article to ensure compliance with this subdivision or any other applicable state or federal laws and shall remain confidential.
   (G)   If male and female customers are to be served simultaneously at the massage business or establishment, separate bathing, separate massage rooms or cubicles, separate dressing facilities, and separate toilet facilities shall be provided for male and for female customers.
   (H)   A massage business or establishment shall not be located within 1,000 feet of another massage business or establishment, an adult book store, or an adult movie theater, measured in a straight line from the nearest wall of the massage business or establishment to the nearest wall of the other business. The foregoing sentence does not apply to:
      (1)   An adult massage business or establishment, which is subject to the locational requirements of Sec. 16-337 of this code.
      (2)   A massage business or establishment that is operated on the same premises as another type of business, other than an adult business, and by the same persons who operate the other business; that occupies less than 30% of the square footage occupied by both businesses; and that is the source of less than 30% of the annual revenue derived from both businesses.
   (I)   A manager and/or permittee shall be present at the massage business or establishment at all times during operating hours. The manager and/or permittee shall be familiar with the requirements of this article and be capable of communicating the provisions of this article to employees and customers of the business or establishment.
   (J)   No massage therapy may be administered within any massage room or cubicle which is fitted with a door capable of being locked. The front door of the massage business or establishment and doors separating the waiting or reception area from the remainder of the premises shall remain unlocked during operating hours and shall not be fitted with electronic locking devices.
   (K)   No massage business or establishment shall be equipped with any electronic videotaping or audio recording device for monitoring the activities, conversations, or other sounds in said massage business or establishment.
(Ord. No. 2811, 2823)