The Child Care Coordination Office provides a variety of services to support individuals and businesses interested in opening a child care business in the City of Irvine.
Prepared by Brion Economics, Inc., with Nilsson Consulting, the assessment includes an analysis of the current supply and demand for child care (as of 2014), and future demand through 2035, when the City is expected to be built out.
Family Child Care is provided in an individual's home in a small group setting.
Child care centers, nursery schools, parent cooperatives and preschools are center-based programs that care for children in groups of 12 or more.
The Child Care Coordination Office has compiled the following list of resources for individuals interested in opening or growing their child care business.
Resources and materials on facility development and design, program administration, curriculum design and the business of family child care.
A list of workshops and events for early care and education professionals is provided to enhance the quality of child care in Irvine and to support child care facility development and small business operations.
To continue to grow your business and as a professional educator, access the variety of services provided by the Child Care Coordination Office.