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Group Day-Care Home (Accessory Home Occupation)
(1) Group day-care home. A group day-care home is a facility in which care is provided for more than six but no more than 11 children, who are not relatives of the caregiver, where the child-care areas are being used as a family residence.
(a) A group day-care home shall be permitted when authorized by the Zoning Hearing Board as a special exception.
(b) Prior to final approval of the use by the Zoning Hearing Board and the granting of a permit by the Zoning Officer, the applicant must obtain a license from the Department of Public Welfare, Office of Child Development and Early Learning. Licensure is certification of compliance with Chapter H, Section 8C, of the Department of Public Welfare's Social Services Manual by this Department to the applicant subject to licensure under Article X of the Public Welfare Code.
See § 500-2408B(5) for more information on group day-care homes.
See Applying For a Permit for more information.
See Building and Zoning for information on documents, forms and permits.