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.
It's our 10th Anniversary !
We celebrated our 10th year of providing quality child care and early childhood education in the Euclid area at our new Kiddie City location at 280 E. 206th St. on Friday, July 22nd from 7 pm to 9 pm. We celebrated our history with cake, ice cream, Swifty the Clown making his balloon masterpieces, music, tours of our center and a performance of "Where the Wild Things Are" with Mr. Hassan Rogers and the Kiddie City School Age Classroom Ensemble. Here's to many more years!
2016 FUNDS FOR FUN FUNDRAISER - Our Funds for Fun event at the Euclid Beach Park Museum and Event Center was a huge success. A big thank you to the attendees and our raffle contributors, Joe Tomaro and John Frato - the Euclid Beach Boys, Tammy and her staff from Catonas Catering, Dennis from Platinum Entertainment, Billy Matsumato - our tableside magician, and our very own Kiddie City Staff. A great time was had by all!
Congratulations to Steve Edmonds and Chris Vannorsdall, our 2016 Kiddie City Kids' Crusaders!
Become a KIDS CRUSADER for Kiddie City! Join in our journey to GROW! Visit www.gofundme.com/kiddiecity
Kiddie City earned the Step Up to Quality 5 Star Award June 2015 and has been renewed as a Universal Pre-Kindergarten site by Cuyahoga County's Invest in Children!
Kiddie City now offers Head Start Enhancements! Find out how your child and family can benefit.
Kiddie City was awarded a $2000 Update the Plate grant in January 2015 from the Cuyahoga County Department of Health and the OSU Extension to work on improving our Farm to PreSchool program.
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.