Boards address location:
1740 W Adams Suite #4400
Phoenix AZ 85007
Online Services: Individual & Establishment Renewals
ONLINE RENEWAL LICENSE -CLICK HERE
NEW EFFECTIVE: July 3, 2015
PERSONAL LICENSES Renewal Fee: $60.00 for "2" years, delinquent $30.00 extra
SALON LICENSE Renewal: $50.00 for "1" year, delinquent $30.00 extra
- Please use a desktop/laptop computer to renew online not all phones are compatible
- If your online payment is successful and you do not receive your license within 10-15 business days, please contact the office.
- Hairstylist personal renewal- is available online now or you can also mail in or bring in renewal to the office.
- If you have "MAILED" in your renewal, DO NOT use the Online Service to pay twice. It will cause an issue with your license renewal.
- Having trouble renewaling online - "Mail" in your renewal notice with fee to our office, it must be postmarked before or on the renewal date.
- PAST YOUR RENEWAL DATE? DELINQUENT fees will not be waived, you have 60 days prior to your renewal date to renew. If your license is in an "INACTIVE" status over 2 years, you will have to call the office for procedures to reactivate.
*How to renew a license on time:
"On or 60 days prior" to the renewal date:
- Mail in your renewal or
- Renew online-use a desktop/laptop computer
ALERT! COVID-19 BOARDS UPDATE:
Links - Arizona Department of Health Services
Clarification for essential services:
Below are clairification on questions recieved by the Governor's office and the Board's office.
- Question: We are not eligible for federal aid unless the state explicitly prohibits them from operating. This is not the case. Federal aid is available for small businesses that have been affected by COVID-19, not just businesses that have had to close because of COVID-19.
- Question: Are Salons required to stay open because they are essential. Yes, The Executive Order 2020-12, related to essential services prohibits government from closing essential services. Salons/Barbershops are considered essential under person hygiene, but that does not mean the salons/barbershops have to reamin open. The discreation is up to each salon owner(s). (List of Essential Services issued by the Governors Office)
There are economic opportunities available for small businesses:
- Federal Relief: The U.S. Department of the Treasury posted important updates on accessing federal relief, which will be critically important to Arizona families and small businesses. Starting April 3, 2020, small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply for low interest loans for payroll, rent, utilities, and other expenses. A portion of these loans are forgivable (program details and the application here)
- Arizona Specific Worker and Small Business Resources: the Arizona Commerce Authority has compiled resources for small businesses and workers facing employment loss on this page . (www.azcommerces.com)
- Arizona Commerce Authority Webinar Series: The first webinar "Ensuring Business Continuity" was held April 1, 2020. Recsources are available and more webinars are forthcoming on this page. (www.azcommerces.com)
LIST OF EXECUTIVE ORDER
- Executive Order 2020-18 "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected"
- Executive Order 2020-17 "Continuty of Work"
- Executive Order 2020-12 "PROHIBITING THE CLOSURE OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES"
- Prohibiting the Closure of Essential Services - Link to read full Executive Order
- Cosmetology, Hairstyling, Nail Technology and Aesethic Schools refer to "Educational Institutions"
- Cosmetology, Hairstyling, Nail Technology and Aesethic Salons refer to "Professional and Personal Services"
- All salons are classified under "Personal Hygiene Services"
- Follow all CDC requirements to prevent spread of the COVID-19
- APRIL BOARD EVENTS:
- April 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th Infection Protection Classes - CANCELED
- April 17, 2020, Board Meeting with be telephonic.
- SALONS OWNERS: It is the discretion each salon owners themself to decide to remain open or to close your salon. The Board highly recommends the salons to follow the requirements of the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on staying safe to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. The CDC link is provided above.
- SCHOOLS: Each of the Arizona Licensed Schools have been working with the Board on what measures they are using to help accommodate their students and clients. If you have any questions please contact the school on what action they are taking during this time.
- Practical Examination: Message from Professional Credential Services, Inc (PCS)
Due to the COVID-19 disease, the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have issued updated measures to be taken to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 disease. Professional Credential Services (PCS) has determined it is necessary to postpone the upcoming Practical Examinations in Phoenix, AZ, until further notice. All candidates will be placed in the 1st available date and notified via email once a new exam date has been determined. PCS feels it is necessary to protect the individual candidates and our staff at the testing facility. Please check your email account weekly for updates regarding the exams and admission notices.
Please feel to contact PCS at [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]> if you have any questions or concerns.
- Written Examination: Message from Prometic to close test centers
- During this time the Board would refer "ALL" licensees to use the following methods to renew licenses, and/ or submit to an applications:
- Mail or renew online
- Mail in your applications
- Submit requested documents by email-to azboc.gov (Copy of Photo ID's, certifications, etc...)