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Family Day Care (Accessory Home Occupation)
A family day-care use is a facility in which care is provided for four to six children at any one time, who are not relatives of the caregiver, where the child-care areas are being used as a family residence.
(a) A family day-care use shall be permitted when authorized by the Zoning Hearing Board as a special exception.
(b) Prior to the final approval of the use by the Zoning Hearing Board and the issuing of a permit by the Zoning Officer, the applicant must obtain a registration certificate from the Department of Public Welfare, Office of Child Development and Early Learning.
See § 500-2408B(4) for more information on family day-care facilities.