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MASSAGE BUSINESS LICENSE REQUIREMENTS

On August 20, 2013, the City of Paso Robles approved a revision to Chapter 5.38 of the Paso Robles Municipal Code governing massage within the city. In compliance with the ordinance, owners renewing a business license must provide a current and valid copy of their employee’s CAMTC certificate. This is a requirement for every person performing or engaging in the practice of massage at a massage establishment.

In addition, massage establishment owners and operators who do not possess a valid CAMTC certificate are subject to a background check pursuant to Section 5.38.080, and prior to the issuance of a city business license.

Please contact Officer Dan Hackett at the Paso Robles Police Department for more information regarding the requirements for your massage establishment.

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In addition to the regular Business License Application, a Massage License Application and Massage Facility Supplemental Questionnaire is required.

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Massage Therapy and Massage Establishments (Chapter 5.38)

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Ordinance 995 N.S. Adding Chapter 5.38 to the Municipal Code regarding Massage Therapy and Massage Establishments (adopted August 20, 2013)

Purpose and Intent

It is the purpose and intent of the city council that massage establishments and massage practitioners and therapists be regulated in the interests of public health, safety, and welfare, to maintain minimum building sanitation and health standards, to ensure that massage practitioners and therapists possess the minimum qualifications to perform the massage treatments offered and that such treatments are offered in a lawful and professional manner, and to ensure that massage establishments are operated in a lawful and professional manner.

 

 


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