HB 126 – Child Care Is A Residential Use of Property

We Support This Bill.

Summary: AN ACT relating to property; providing that day care is a residential use of property for the purposes of restrictive covenants; specifying applicability; and providing for an effective date.
Why It Matters: Working mothers need childcare and Wyoming has a childcare shortage. Facilities can be a barrier for entry to providers. This bill would allow child care in a family day care home (up to 15 children) as a residential property zoning use, opening up more opportunities for care providers.

HB 126 – Child care is a residential use of property.

Sponsors

Latest Action


Feb 23, 2024

Senate

S Introduced and Referred to S07 – Corporations

Feb 23, 2024

Senate

S Received for Introduction

Feb 23, 2024

House

H 3rd Reading:Passed 45-17-0-0-0

Feb 21, 2024

House

H 2nd Reading:Passed

Feb 21, 2024

House

H COW:Passed

Feb 20, 2024

House

H Placed on General File

Feb 20, 2024

House

H07 – Corporations:Recommend Amend and Do Pass 9-0-0-0-0

Feb 14, 2024

House

H Introduced and Referred to H07 – Corporations 59-1-2-0-0

Feb 09, 2024

House

H Received for Introduction

Feb 08, 2024

Governor of Wyoming

Bill Number Assigned


Status

  • Bill Number Assigned

    Feb 23, 2024

  • Passed House

    Feb 23, 2024

  • Senate
  • Governor


Bill Source: https://wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2024/HB0126
Data Source: https://open.pluralpolicy.com/wy/bills/2024/HB126/