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Are Chickens Allowed in this location
[TR][TH]Item[/TH][TH]St. Johns[/TH][TH]Apache County[/TH][/TR] [TD]YES[/TD][TD]YES[/TD] [TR][TD]Max Chickens Allowed [/TD][TD]No restrictions[/TD][TD]No Restrictions[/TD][/TR]
[TR][TD]Roosters Allowed?[/TD][TD]No Restrictions[/TD][TD]No restrictions[/TD][/TR]
[TR][TD]Permit required?[/TD][TD]No [/TD][TD]No [/TD][/TR]
[TR][TD]Coop Restrictions[/TD][TD]Coops/pens are required, free-ranging not allowed (2014 City Code § 6-1-5)
Must be kept clean (2014 City Code § 6-1-6)[/TD][TD]Coops/pens must be at least 50 feet from any adjacent residential property line § 403(A)(2) [/TD]
[TR][TD]City/Organization Contact[/TD][TD]City of St. Johns
PO Box 455/ 70 E. Commercial
St. Johns, AZ 85936
PH: 928-337-4517
[/TD][TD] Community Development
PO Box 238
St. Johns, AZ 85936
75 West Cleveland
Phone: (928) 337-7526 [/TD]
[TR][TD]Additional Information[/TD][TD]While chickens (including roosters) are allowed, 2014 City Code § 6-1-4 says it is unlawful to have any animals that have "unreasonable odors" or make "loud noises". It is possible you can have a rooster "impounded" for crowing, or lose a court case because of it.[/TD][TD]This is for unincorporated and non-reservation areas of Apache County. [/TD][/TR]
[TR][TD]Link for more Information[/TD][TD] [/TD][TD] [/TD][/TR]