We will be closed on Wednesday, July 24 for Cheyenne Day. We will reopen on Thursday, July 25 at 8 a.m.

Massage

Woman inspecting massage table

“Massage” is the administration by any person of any method of exerting or applying pressure, friction, moisture, heat or cold to the human body, or the rubbing, stroking, kneading, pounding or tapping of the human body by any physical or mechanical means.

Any person who provides massage (as described above) for an exchange of something of value (including tips) needs a license.

To schedule a massage establishment inspection (with at least 7 days’ advance notice), please call Environmental Health at 307.633.4090.

City vs. County Massage Applications

If your operation will be in the Cheyenne city limits, you will need to apply to the Cheyenne City Clerk’s Office, 2101 O’Neil Ave., using the “City Massage” permit applications.

If your operation will be located outside the Cheyenne city limits, you will need apply to us (Cheyenne Laramie County Public Health Department), 100 Central Ave., using the “County Massage” permit applications.

For questions related to massage applications outside the Cheyenne city limits, or to speak to an Environmental Health specialist, please call 307.633.4090.

Massage Business Establishment and Therapist Applications

For massage establishments and therapists within the Cheyenne city limits:
City Massage Business Establishment License Application (pdf)
City Massage Therapist Business Permit Application (pdf)


For massage establishments and therapists outside the Cheyenne city limits:
County Massage New Establishment License Application (pdf)
County Massage New Therapist Permit Application (pdf)

FAQs

Yes. If your operation will be in the Cheyenne city limits, you’ll need to apply to the Cheyenne City Clerk’s Office (2101 O’Neil Ave) using the “City Massage” permit applications. If your operation will be located outside the Cheyenne city limits, you will need apply to us (Cheyenne Laramie County Public Health Department), 100 Central Ave., using the “County Massage” permit applications.

Yes. Based on where you’ll be working (within the Cheyenne city limits or outside the Cheyenne city limited), you’ll contact the same agencies as for the massage establishments above.

Yes. You will need to be approved by the Cheyenne Laramie County Public Health Department (and the Cheyenne City Clerk’s Office, if your operation is within Cheyenne city limits). Your shop must be set up for full operation with all equipment in place for our visit.