Sacramento County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council (LPC)
The Sacramento County Local Child Care & Development Planning Council (LPC) is authorized by state law (Education Code 8499, 8499.3-8499.7). The purpose of the LPC is to:
- Promote public participation in the planning process
- Advocate for the needs of families in the County with respect to early care and education
- Advise the Board of Supervisors and Board of Education with respect to the early care and education needs of families in Sacramento County.
Membership is composed of members appointed by the Board of Supervisors and Board of Education. Each board appoints ten members composed of parents, child care providers, community representatives, public agency representatives, and board discretionary. Membership applications for the 2020 - 2022 term can be found below.
The primary mission of LPCs is to plan for child care and development services based on the needs of families in the local community. LPCs support the existing child care infrastructure by coordinating services that are locally available. As a result of planning, collaboration, and support for the child care systems that currently exist, the LPCs plan and determine local priorities for new state and federal funds. LPCs are intended to serve as a forum to address the child care needs of all families in the community and all child care programs - both subsidized and non-subsidized child care.
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors appoints 10 members to the Local Child Care and Development Planning Council (LPC) in the following categories: child care consumer, child...
The Sacramento County Board of Education appoints 10 members to the Local Child Care and Development Planning Council (LPC) in the following categories: child care consumer, child care...
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