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Colorado Springs Colorado Chicken Ordinance

Colorado Springs Colorado Chicken Ordinance
 
Are Chickens Allowed in this location Yes
Max Chickens Allowed 10
Roosters Allowed No
Permit Required No
Coop Restrictions 4 sq ft per bird
City/Organization Contact name Colorado Springs Police Department Code Enforcement (719) 444-7891
Additional Information

6.7.102: DEFINITIONS:
ANIMAL: Any animal, hoofed or otherwise, including any cat, dog, fowl or rabbit.
FOWL: Any fowl, including any chicken, duck, goose, turkey, pigeon or other fowl.

6.7.106: ANIMALS KEPT ON PREMISES; SANITARY REQUIREMENTS:
Animals may be kept within the City upon compliance with the following requirements:

D. Any shelter provided for rabbits or fowl shall contain an area of at least four (4) square feet for each rabbit or fowl. An adequate area outside the shelter must be provided for any rabbits or fowl. The maximum number of rabbits or fowl maintained on a premises shall not exceed ten (10) each of the age of six (6) months or older.

6.7.110: SPECIFIC ANIMALS PROHIBITED; EXCEPTION:
A. Roosters; Cocks: It shall be unlawful for any person to own or keep any rooster or cock within the City.

Link for more Information http://www.sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=855
Information Last Updated 2015-07-26 07:01:00

 

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