Las Vegas Childcare Licensing

March 4, 2012

Childcare Advice from the City of Las Vegas

Don Kings, the senior license officer for Childcare for the City of Las Vegas advises, “Always deal with a licensed child care facility. There are no guarantees, but if you’re dealing with a licensed facility, you have some assurance that the provider has been through background checks through Metro, FBI, and the Clark County Health Department.” In addition, says King, the Las Vegas Fire Department, inspect these licensed facilities. “There is a better chance that your child is not being subjected to harmful things.” The department inspects pools and their safety, poisonous plants, and other safety hazards (for instance, making sure electrical outlets have safety caps).

Verifying a Daycare License

Child Care Licensing Section
Business Services Division
Department of Finance and Business Services
City Hall, Third Floor
400 Stewart Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 229-6281
Fax: (702) 382-6642

Link to check if a business is licensed: City of Las Vegas Department of Licensing

Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce

Child Care Member Participants (Note:  The Chamber no longer provides this information, We’ll leave the text until we find a suitable list or they choose to put it back on their site).

If you have young children, there are plenty of good, licensed people who specialize in child care. Clark County has more than 500 licensed day care providers according to statistics provided by licensing officials.

Browse through our list of Chamber members who offer child care services. If you need further assistance in finding a child care provider, contact one of the agencies listed to the right.

Nevada Dept. of Health and Human Services

Child and Family Services

University of Nevada Las Vegas UNLV

Kids Count Program

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