Forms & Permits: Body Art, Massage, Pools
A body art practitioner with a Practitioner Registration issued from any other jurisdiction within California has limited reciprocity. This is intended to allow the Practitioner to practice within this county and any other county in California for 5 consecutive days, but no more than 15 days total, in a calendar year.
A valid Body Art Practitioner Registration will either have an issue date on or after July 1, 2012 or compliance with AB 300 is noted on the registration by the issuing jurisdiction.
MASSAGE PROGRAM OVERVIEW:
Environmental Health Services (EHS) is responsible for inspecting massage businesses in unincorporated areas of San Mateo County.
Adhering to the Massage Business Ordinance, the County is responsible for providing a safer, more lawful work environment that contributes to a healthier community.
New Massage Businesses
If you are a new owner or business, please review this process
before submitting an application:
Massage Business Registration Process
Keeping Your Public Pool Clean
School, hotel, apartment, condominium, and homeowner association swimming pools are considered public and are inspected by Environmental Health Services staff twice each year.
- Recreational Health Plan Review Process
- Pool and Spa Replastering and Remodeling Requirements
- Pool Construction Inspection Checklist (Sample)
- 2018 Pool Code
- Pool Closure Criteria
- Pool Chemical Recording Chart
- Pool and Spa Demolition Procedures
- How to Respond to a Fecal Accident
- Pool and Spa Safety Signs
- Pool/Spa Self Inspection Checklist
- VGB Cover Replacement Flow Chart
- Public Swimming Pool or Spa Variance Request Application Packet
- Lock Boxes Frequently Asked Questions
- Major Remodel Worksheet
- Power Saving and Power Outage Guidelines
- Pool Cover Requirements
- Equipment/VGB Replacement Scope of Work
- Pool and Spa Application
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