Sonoma County Office of Education

Child Care Planning Council

Meetings & Committees

The CCPC meets monthly to help develop ongoing comprehensive planning for child care needs in the county and to provide greater coordination of and advocacy for child care services. In addition, committee meetings are held to focus on particular issues that are within the Councilís purview. All meetings are open to the public.

2016-2017 Meetings

Council Meetings
Child Care Planning Council (CCPC) meetings are generally held on the first Friday of the month, 8:45-11:00am, at the Sonoma County Office of Education, 5340 Skylane Boulevard, Santa Rosa, CA. | Archived Minutes: 2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16

08/05/2016Agenda | Minutes
09/09/2016Agenda | Minutes
10/07/2016Agenda | Minutes
11/04/2016Agenda | Minutes
01/06/2017Agenda
02/03/2017
03/03/2017
04/07/2017
05/05/2017

Executive Committee
This committee meets at least once per month to oversee and direct the day-to-day activities of the Council. | Archived Minutes: 2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16

06/30/2016Agenda | Minutes
08/15/2016Agenda | Minutes
10/17/2016Agenda | Minutes
11/21/2016Agenda | Minutes
12/19/2016Agenda
01/23/2017Agenda

Finance Committee
This committee meets as necessary to manage and form recommendations on the finances of the Council. | Archived Minutes: 2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16

07/21/2016Agenda | Minutes
10/27/2016Agenda | Minutes
12/14/2016Agenda

Membership Committee
This committee meets at least once per quarter to address membership issues, including bylaws and recruitment. | Archived Minutes: 2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16

09/09/2016Agenda

Ad Hoc Committees

Ad hoc committees are formed based on the Councilís annual goals and objectives. To view current committee membership, click here. Current ad hoc committees include:

  • Public Policy Committee
    Drafts CCPC Advocacy Priorities. Informs, educates and influences local, state and national legislative and policy outcomes.
  • Wage and Compensation Committee
    Informs public how low wages of ECE workers affects community. Looks at how increase of minimum wage will affect ECE field.