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Health Regulations

Health Regulations

The Salt Lake County Board of Health has adopted the following regulations.

Topic Number Title 
Body Art 19 Body Art Facilities
Childcare 36 Residential Childcare Food Service
Correctional Facilities 34 Correctional Institutions and Community Correctional Centers
Cosmetology 20 Cosmetology Facilities
Drinking Water 11 Individual Water Systems
Fluoride 33 Fluoridation in Public Water Supplies
Food and Restaurants 05 Food Sanitation
Health Regulations 31 Standards and Procedures for Adoption of Health Regulations
Hearing Procedures ** Adjudicative Hearing Procedures
Housing 03 Housing Regulation
Immunizations 38 Certificate of School Employee Immunization Requirements
Lodging 04 Public Lodging Facilities
Mass Gatherings 17 Temporary Mass Gatherings
Massage 18 Massage Facilities
Metal Recycling 8 Automotive Dismantler/Recycler & Scrap Metal Recycling Facilities
Meth Contamination 32 Chemically Contaminated Properties
Noise 21 Community Noise Pollution Control
Sanitation 07 General Sanitation
Septic/Wastewater 13 Waste Water Disposal
Subdivisions 12 Subdivision Regulation
Swimming Pools 02 Design, Construction, and Operation of Pools
Tanning 25 Tanning Facilities
Tobacco & E-cigarettes 37 Tobacco Retailer & Electronic Smoking Device
Vehicle Emissions 22 Vehicle Emission Control Program
Waste 01 Solid Waste Management and Permitting
Watershed 14 Watershed Regulation
Woodburning 35 Solid Fuel Burning

Proposed Regulations


Proposed Amendments to Health Regulation #20

The Salt Lake County Board of Health has proposed revised amendments to Health Regulation #20, Cosmetology Facilities.

The public comment period will end on Tuesday, June 17, 2020.

A copy of the proposed revised amendment is available for review.

The public hearing will begin at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 17, via WebEx (toll free in the U.S.):

  • Call: 1-213-306-3065
  • Access code: 960 280 783
  • Meeting Password: 368#

Due to the ongoing public health emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic and response, Salt Lake County facilities have been closed, except for essential functions, by order of the Salt Lake County Mayor.

Furthermore, in light of state and local public health orders limiting gatherings to fewer than twenty persons, the Salt Lake County Health Department cannot provide physical space or facilities for members of the public to attend this public hearing in-person.

Written comments are preferred and will be accepted if received by 5:00 p.m. on June 17, 2020, by e-mail to

We reserve the right to close the hearing at 5:30 p.m. if all participants have had the opportunity to offer public comment.