What are the requirements for running a home-based daycare?
Although the Town of Flower Mound does not currently permit and/or inspect in-home child care facilities, there are restrictions regarding these types of in-home occupations. First of all, the facility must be permitted through the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services as an in-home child care facility. For information on this, please see their website.

The Town of Flower Mound does limit the number of children that may be kept in an in-home child care facility to six children under the age of 12 years old, plus three additional after-school children, for a total of nine children. This number also includes any children of the homeowner. In addition, the homeowner may not put out any type of sign or advertising at the property identifying it as a child care facility.

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1. Who do I call about immunizations for school kids?
2. Does the Town spray for mosquitoes?
3. What can I do about mosquitoes?
4. Should I be concerned about West Nile Virus?
5. What are the requirements for running a home-based daycare?
6. Where can I get a list of daycares in the Town?
7. What can be done about rats in my neighborhood?