Sec. 13-6-21. Facilities.

No permit to conduct a massage establishment shall be issued unless an inspection by the city reveals that the establishment complies with each of the following minimum requirements:
(1) Toilet rooms, toilet room vestibules, and rooms containing bathtubs shall be provided with a waterproof floor covering which shall be continued up all walls to a height of at least six inches. Floors shall be coved at the junction with the wall with at least three-fourths-inch radius continuous cove. The walls of all toilet rooms and rooms containing bathtubs shall be finished to a height of six feet with a smooth nonabsorbent finish surface of Keene cement, tile or similar material. Steam rooms and shower compartments shall have waterproof floors with coving at the walls and the walls and ceilings approved by the city. Floors of wet and dry heat rooms shall be adequately pitched to one or more floor drains properly connected to the sewer.
Exception: Dry heat rooms with wooden floors need not be provided with pitched floors and floor drains.
A source of potable water shall be available within the immediate vicinity of dry and wet heat rooms to facilitate cleaning.
(2) In any massage establishment which at any time employs more than two massage technicians performing on-site massages simultaneously, separate toilet facilities for each sex shall be provided in convenient locations. All toilet facilities shall be equipped with self-closing doors opening in the direction of ingress to such facilities. Toilets shall be designed as to the sex accommodated therein.
(3) All portions of massage establishments and baths shall be provided with adequate light and ventilation by means of windows or skylights with an area of not less than one-eighth of the total floor area, or shall be provided with artificial light and a mechanical operating ventilating system. When windows or skylights are used for ventilation, at least one-half of the total required window area shall be operable.
(4) All massage establishments shall meet the statutory requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. (Ord. No. 1269, § 3 (part).)