The certified family child care home shall be:
Located in an area zoned residential or commercial:
“Residential zone” means any zone within an acknowledged urban growth boundary or an acknowledged residential exception area that allows a dwelling unit as a use permitted outright.
“Commercial Zone” means any zone within an acknowledged urban growth boundary or an acknowledged commercial exception area that allows sales or service or commercial and professional offices as uses permitted outright.
A building constructed as a single family dwelling; and
In space designed or remodeled for living quarters.
A home that is not the residence of the provider or a home located in a zone other than residential or commercial shall meet all state and local planning and zoning, occupancy, and building code requirements for a child care facility.
If there is a structural or maintenance problem that could present a health or safety hazard to children, OCC may request that the provider have the home inspected by the appropriate authority and the provider shall comply with the request.
The provider is responsible for payment of any applicable fees for inspections.