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About Child Care

Langley City recognizes that child care is an important service for its residents, enables parents to work and contribute to the local economy, strengthens neighbourhoods and helps to build a more attractive, stable and complete community.

Why Child Care?
While childcare licensing and funding is a provincial responsibility, local governments play an important leadership role in planning, coordinating and advocating for childcare and supporting the delivery of quality childcare and early learning spaces. Child Care is an important need in Langley City, the Langley City’s Child Care Action Plan will help guide Langley City Staff and Langley Child Care Service providers to address childcare needs and issues.

Langley City Child Care Action Plan
Our City is growing, and to shape our municipality into a more livable and healthy for all residents, the City of Langley has developed a Child Care Action Plan to create and facilitate more affordable childcare opportunities in the community.

The City applied for a grant from the Union of BC Municipalities and in the spring of 2019, we received a $25,000 from the Ministry of Social and Family Development. The funds was used to create an action plan outlining actions by the city, service providers and other stakeholders and would lead to the creation of new childcare spaces over the next 10 years.

Child Care Action Plan

This study is the first of its kind in Langley City and outlines the current child care situation through consultation and research. The report provides a gaps analysis, an assessment of the need, identifies targets for child care space creation, and outlines strategic actions. The Action Plan includes recommendations and tools to create new child care spaces based on the gaps identified in the Needs Assessment.

Langley City received $25,000 from the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) for this purpose, and engaged the services of CitySpaces Consulting to complete this Action Plan.

Findings from this Child Care Action Plan will provide Langley City with a better understanding of the City’s child care needs and a recommended course of action to address the identified gaps.

The recommended actions are grouped within six categories, presented here as priorities:
1. To improve child care affordability.
2. To increase the number of quality licensed spaces.
3. To strengthen partnerships and collaboration.
4. To explore strategies to address staffing challenges.
5. To review existing before and after-school programming and identify areas for expansion.
6. To monitor data and understand how child care needs change over time.

The Child Care Action Plan identifies recommendations and tools to address the challenges and gaps outlined in the Needs Assessment, and outlines an approach to guide Langley City in delivering new child care spaces.

On June 15, 2020 Langley City Council endorsed the Langley City Child Care Action Plan.

Successful child care provision requires partnerships and collaboration. Though many of these actions involve Langley City, the municipal role is primarily related to land use planning, zoning, and convening different parties to pursue actions. Funding is primarily the responsibility of the province, and service delivery is currently provided by the non-profit and private sectors.

For more information about Langley City's Child Care Action Plan, please contact Karlo Tamondong, Recreation Supervisor at or 604-514-2867

Are you looking for Child Care

The province is responsible for the licensing and monitoring of child care facilities in BC. Please refer to Fraser Health for information on the different types of child care programs and where licensed child care facilities can be found in Langley

Search for Child Care or contact the Langley Child Care Resources and Referral program.  

The province of BC has published a guide to assist parents in selecting and monitoring child care:

Parent's Guide to selecting and monitoring Child Care in BC

Opening a Child Care Centre

Groups and individuals interested in opening a child care centre, including a home-based child care centre should consult with Langley City's Business and Development department and the Fraser Health's Child Care License Application.

Child Care Resources

Child Care BC  is the provincial government's child care portal. It includes information on the different types of child care programs, finding and choosing child care, funding opportunities, opening or running a child care program, support for child care providers, etc.

Langley Children provides information and resources for parents and for people working with children ages 0-12. The website is maintained by the Langley Children's Committee that is a collaborative partnership of public and non-profit agencies operating in Langley on behalf of children aged 0-12 years. 

The Child Care Resource & Referral (CCRR) Program offers free consultation, support, assistance with affordable child care benefit applications and referral services to parents seeking child care in Langley. The program supports child care providers through information, outreach, a resource library as well as networking and learning opportunities.

Available Child Care in Langley City
Child Care Facility Facility Address Ages Licensed For Manager Contact Information
Bee Yourself Child Care 20555 56 Avenue 0-12 years Chelsi DiCastri 604-619-9711
Beyond Elements Childcare Ltd. 5673 200 Street 0-5 years Maria Shahgaldi 604-404-5089
Brainbox Montessori Learning Academy 20688 56 Avenue 0-5 years Jia Liu 778-957-6588
Buttons 'N Bows Childcare Inc. 20190 48 Avenue 3-12 years Leah Fearnside 604-209-4340
CEFA Early Learning 20510 Langley Bypass 0-5 years Kulwinder Gill 604-533-2287
Community Kids Child Care 20050 53 Avenue 5-12 years Joan Nielsen 778-240-9858
Cookie Monster Preschool 20550 Douglas Crescent Preschool Karlo Tamondong 604-514-2865
Douglas Park Community Preschool and Child Care 2409 206 Street 0-6 years Dawn Adamson 604-828-3731
Educare Early Learning Langley Ltd. 20249 56 Avenue 0-5 years Jason Bains 604-510-8486
Foxglove School Age Care 20011 44 Avenue 5-12 years Kirsten Hutchinson 604-786-6985
Global Montessori Learning Centre  19785 55A Avenue 0-12 years Shelley Carruthers 604-534-1556
Home Away from Home Childcare 5003 205 Street 0-12 years Patricia Petusson 604-789-9856
Kiddie Kollege Langley 20106 53 Avenue 0-5 years Kuljit Kanwal 604-530-0311
Kidspace Daycare 20202 52 Avenue 0-12 years Amanda Memphis 604-534-6438
Leap Frog's Daycare 4574 196 Street 0-12 years Nicola Haddock 778-245-3658
Mere Bear Daycare 20576 51A Avenue 0-12 years Merideth Dew 778-878-2191
Munchkin Manor Childcare 20080 48 Avenue 0-12 years Jacyln Wallace 604-510-1967
Nurturing Hearts Montessori Daycare 21025 48 Avenue 0-12 years Michelle Edwardes 604-533-1805
Parkview Academy of Learning Inc. 20955 Old Yale Road 0-12 years Tracie Mciver 778-689-6721
Piggy Ooo's Daycare Centre 5700 Langley Bypass 0-5 years Olivia Tran 604-562-8985
Rainforest Learning Centre Inc. 5100 206 Street 0-12 years Stacy Rohan 604-880-0397
Rock N Tots Daycare 20216 53 Avenue 0-12 years Chandra Surinak 604-530-9644
The Learning Circle  102 5844 Glover Road 0-5 years Tessa Popoff 604-532-7977
Top Tier Daycare Ltd. 4492 203 Street 0-12 years Nicole Delaney 604-612-1593
Wind and Tide Preschool - Alice Brown 20011 44 Avenue Preschool  Anne Phillips 604-514-3009
Wind and Tide Preschool - Newlands 20719 48 Avenue Preschool Shelley 604-533-1311
Wind and Tide - Uplands 4471 207A Street Preschool Sacha Doornbos 604-532-1975
Wise Owl Montessori Childcare Inc. 4471 207A Street 0-12 years Micheala Demcak 778-278-3090
Wonder Years Day Care - Fraser Crossing 5537 207 Street 0-5 years Gulshan Mangat 604-530-6554