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Tattoo Removal

Upcoming Clinics

  • CANCELED - March 14, 2020
  • CANCELED - April 11, 2020
  • May 9, 2020
  • June 13, 2020

Tattoo Removal - July 2016

Tattoo Removal - July 2016

Removing Barriers Tattoo Removal Program

Unfortunately, due to the interest of best community health, the San Pablo EDC has suspended in-person meetings and events for the next 30 days, Removing Barriers Tattoo Removal Clinic is one of them. As of right now, we are unsure as to when we would reschedule for, however, we will keep you all updated once we receive clearance. 

Thank you, and please remember to wash your hands!

Removing Barriers is a low-cost laser tattoo removal program offered by the San Pablo EDC and City of San Pablo to remove barriers to opportunity. We offer flat-fee laser tattoo removal every second Saturday of the month from 7:45 AM to 11:45 AM. We require a $20 refundable deposit to hold your following appointment. All clients must arrive 15-20 minutes before their scheduled appointment to allow ample time for registration. We encourage clients to ice area of treatment at least 30 minutes before their scheduled appointment.

All clinics and workshops take place at the SPEDC offices in Adobe Plaza at 13830 San Pablo Avenue, Suite D (cross street is Church Lane). Please fill and print out the following Registration form to turn in:

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Clinic Fees and Rules

  • Must pay a $20 deposit to reserve your treatment
  • Must cancel 24 hours before clinic to avoid $10 No Show/No Call fee
  • $80 fee per 5-minute session for non-San Pablo residents
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • May not be pregnant or breastfeeding
  • No red, blue or any sports affiliated gear worn during treatment hours
  • No children allowed at the clinic during treatment hours

 If you are interested or would like more information, you may also contact Nora at (510) 215-3189 or info@sanpabloedc.org to make your appointment today!

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"When we found out the San Pablo EDC was opening a brand new sports park, we decided to donate 100 One World Play soccer balls to given out to youth during the grand opening ceremony."

- Jenn Hwang
One world Play project