Child Care Licensing
Child care licensing vision
Access to safe, healthy child care for Utah families.
Child care licensing mission
To support the child care community by protecting the health and safety of children in child care programs we oversee. This is accomplished by:
- Establishing, monitoring, and assessing health and safety standards;
- Training, guiding, and supporting providers in meeting the established standards; and
- Providing the public with accurate information about child care standards, processes, and provider compliance history.
What's New for You to Know?
NEW Rules (11/16/2023)
Dear Providers, Exciting News! The long awaited Child Care Licensing Rules were approved and went into effect November 09, 2023. The…
Each year, the Utah Department of Health and Human Services collaborates with the Child Care Licensing Program, as required by…
HANDS-ON CPR REQUIREMENT IS BACK!
Starting July 1st, 2023, all individuals required to have First Aid and CPR certification will need to have the hands-on…
Watch our new video explaining how to navigate your provider portal.
Sometimes the provider portal can be confusing and difficult to navigate. Click below to watch a quick tutorial to eliminate…
Navigate the Newly Redesigned CCL Website
Although all of the information is the same, there may be some confusion about where to find everything on our…
As the result of a federal audit and to ensure the consistency of inspections, licensors are assessing compliance with all…