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A. Types. There are two types of child care uses identified by the State of Washington. For further definition, see VMC 20.160.020 (B)(5)(a). These include:

1. Family Child Day Care Homes. Such homes are used for the care of no more than 12 children.

2. Child Care Centers. Child Care Centers are for the care of 13 or more children.

B. Regulatory compliance. Child Care Centers and similar facilities shall comply with the requirements of VMC 20.840.030, in addition to any requirements imposed by the State of Washington. (Ord. M-4066 § 5, 12/16/2013; Effective 01/16/2014; Ord. M-3643, 01/26/2004)