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City of Rochester to host input forums regarding Childcare needs

The City of Rochester is conducting a community forum for parents and guardians with children aged 5 or younger, and/or those planning to have or adopt a child within the next 2 years and we need your help!

According to organizers, the forum targets parents and guardians with children that are not currently enrolled in a childcare or early learning program.

Organizers encourage parents with children that are not already enrolled in childcare to attend this forum to give us feedback to help inform the City’s efforts to address the issues of quality, availability, and affordability of childcare. If you (or someone you know) fit this description and are interested in providing input, please forward this information.

There will be two opportunities for you to share your thoughts on Tuesday, August 15th at 10:00 am or 6:00 pm. The forum will be held in a hybrid format, in the second-floor conference room at the City Hall Annex, located at 33 Wakefield Street, and on Microsoft Teams.  Each session is expected to last for approximately 60 minutes. Free parking is available on Wakefield Street and in the municipal parking lot behind City Hall.

Registration is required and space is limited. Email carole.glenn@rochesternh.gov to register for the 10:00 am or 6:00 pm session. All responses are confidential and will be used only to create a profile of the population with young children.

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