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The Oswego County Legislature proclaimed May 7 as Child Care Appreciation Day, a day to recognize the important role providers play in the lives of young children and families in Oswego County. Thank you Providers for all you do!!

12.27.2021 Dear Provider Letter

Please read for important guidance and changes to COVID related requirements for child care programs.

Our Programs

Child Care &
Development Council

Comprised of Registration, Child Care Resources and Referral, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program, the Child Care & Development Council is a local resource for registered/licensed, legally-exempt, and potential child care providers, as well as parents looking for child care options.

Traffic Safety Board

We provide education to schools, businesses and community organizations to increase residents' safety while walking, bicycling, or driving.  We coordinate similar efforts with law enforcement, healthcare providers, and child passenger safety technicians.

The Traffic Safety Board is proud to be awarding our Traffic Safety Champions Awards this month! Recipients include: Deputy Gregory (pictured), Officer Weber OPD, Officer Bullard SUNY PD,  Trooper Halsey NYSP, Trooper Horner NYSP, Trooper Carpenter NYSP. Keep an eye out for an article in the local news publications!

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Mission

Our mission is to be a community resource agency to support and improve the quality of life for youth and families of Oswego County.

 

Vision

Our vision is to be a valued premier resource that builds healthy families and communities by affecting change in behaviors, environments, and policy through quality, accessible and affordable education, training, advocacy, technical assistance, and partnerships.