Child Care Inspection Services

The Child Care Inspection Program focuses on health and safety concerns of child care facilities, summer camps, part-time and school-aged facilities.

Child care inspection is completed upon DHS request or when requested by the child care center for City License renewal. Areas of inspection emphasis are on food safety and sanitation, hand washing and hygiene, and condition of the building and grounds. Inspectors also work with Disease Surveillance/Investigation Program to implement disease control in institutional settings. Other services provided include openings and closings of child care facilities and camps, complaint investigations, guidance with lead abatement concerns, and education for child care center directors and staff.

NOTICE:

The 2021 regularly scheduled meetings of the Oklahoma City BOARD OF GOVERNOR’S FOR DAYCARE CENTERS AND DAY CAMPS will be held at OKC- County Health Department located at 2600 NW 63rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73111. All meetings will be in room 101 A/B at 2pm. The following are the proposed dates for our 2021 meetings.

February 9, 2021
May 11, 2021
August 10, 2021
November 9, 2021

Click here for agenda.


Frequently Asked Questions

Group Homes

Residential Child Care Facilities are regulated by Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) Child Care Licensing. OCCHD Consumer Protection Environmental Inspectors perform routine kitchen inspections at licensed Residential Child Care Facilities at the request of OKDHS.

For more information of Residential Child Care Facilities contact OKDHS.
(405) 521-3561
1-800-347-2276

For questions, please contact the specific Program Coordinator