Welcome to Kiddie City Child Care Community
Kiddie City Child Care Community offers quality care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years.
Kiddie City provides an enriching learning environment for children from infants through 12 years in the Euclid area fostering curiosity and imagination to create a lifelong love of learning.
We've Moved and are Accepting New Children in our programs!
Kiddie City is now at the former Lincoln Elementary School building at 280 E. 206th Street, Euclid with plenty of room to grow. Please stop by for a visit and check out our spaces for infants, toddlers, preschool and pre-kindergarten students and now summer care for school aged children.
African Children's Choir at Kiddie City!
Kiddie City will be hosted the Grammy-nominated African Children's Choir December 14th, 2016 at 7pm. The African Children's choir includes 20 children from Uganda who will be performing an incredible concert freaturing well-loved gospel songs as well as traditional African song and dance. You will be amazed by their harmonies, dancing, and beautiful smiles!
We were honored to have children here for three days of fun. They participated in Kiddie City Winter Fest where we had winter games, crafts, and pictures with Santa. The fun didn't stop as the kids went to Zero Gravity.
Kiddie City now offers Head Start Enhancements! Find out how your child and family can benefit.
Kiddie City is proud to be a graduate of Project Access - a capacity building program of the Cleveland Foundation!
Kiddie City Child Care Community provides breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack offered through the USDA food program. Infant food and formula are also provided. We've been providing quality care for 11 years!
Foster Grandma Rosa
Grandma Rosa has retired after 5 long years of service at Kiddie City and over 20 years of service in the Foster Grandparent program! Thank you for all your service and enjoy your retirement!
We are pleased to announce that we will be receiving $4,000 from the Cuyahoga Arts & Culture 2017 Project Support Grant for our Folktales with an Artist in Residency with Hassan Rogers! What an honor!