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Aurora Colorado Chicken Ordinance

Aurora Colorado Chicken Ordinance
 
Are Chickens Allowed in this location Yes
Max Chickens Allowed 4
Roosters Allowed No
Permit Required Yes - $40 one time fee
Coop Restrictions Hens must be provided with a covered, predator-resistant chicken coop that:
  • Provides at least two square-feet of space per hen.
  • Has floor space no larger than 120 square-feet in size.
  • Is properly ventilated and designed to be easily accessed, cleaned and maintained.
  • Is located next to an enclosed fenced area that is at least six square-feet in size or larger to allow the hens outdoors during the day. The fence must adequately protect them from predators.
  • Chicken coops and enclosures must be kept neat and sanitary at all times. They must be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent offensive odors or excessive build up of chicken waste.
     
City/Organization Contact name Aurora Animal Care Division, 303-326-8288 or animalcare@auroragov.org.
Additional Information Interested folks may want to join our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/groups/ChicksInAurora/
Link for more Information https://www.auroragov.org/LivingHere/PetsLivestockandWildlife/Chickens/index.htm
Information Last Updated 2010-03-30 11:57:27

 

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Comments (2)

You should be able to apply for permits in late April! :-)
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