Aspen seeks individuals for child-care input |

Aspen seeks individuals for child-care input

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN ” The city of Aspen is looking for community partners and input on how to address emerging capacity issues with child care in the area.

The Childcare Planning Group will meet five times between May and July to examine data regarding: childcare capacity and the needs of employers and families; to create a childcare community master plan with strong collaboration; and to develop a vision for creating high-quality childcare capacity to meet the needs of young children, families and the community.

Persons or organizations interested in joining the Childcare Planning Group should contact community relations officer Sally Spaulding at 920-5082 or at

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