Canby Oregon Chicken Ordinance

By Elite Silkies · Jan 11, 2012 · Updated Feb 13, 2014 ·
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    Canby Oregon Chicken Ordinance
    Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
    Max Chickens AllowedUnknown; Noise Ordinance
    Roosters AllowedYes
    Permit RequiredNo
    Coop RestrictionsYes
    City/Organization Contact name
    Additional Information§ 6.08.020 Running at large. Animals and fowl are not to be permitted to run at large. No person owning or having in his or her custody animals or fowl shall permit same to go at large to the injury or annoyance of others, nor shall the animals or fowl be permitted at large upon the streets or the public ways of the city. This action is declared to be a nuisance and danger to the public health and safety. § 6.08.030 Noises. It shall be unlawful to harbor or keep any animal or fowl which disturbs the peace by noises at any time of day or night. § 6.08.040 Housing. No person shall cause or allow any stable or place where any animal or fowl is or may be kept to become unclean, unwholesome or unsanitary. The premises shall not be in such a state or condition as to cause an offensive odor. § 6.08.045 Offensive littering by an animal. Any person in control of an animal which defecates on the property of another without permission of the property owner, upon any public way as defined in O.R.S. 164.805(2) or upon public parks property commits the offense of permitting offensive littering by an animal, if the person fails to promptly remove and properly dispose of the animal waste.
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    Information Last Updated2010-03-29 17:38:12

    UPDATE: As of 2013 the local ordinance for raising chickens has changed. A special permit is now required and costs $10. The form can be found online or picked up at city hall. The link above will direct you to the updated ordinance.

    NOTE: This information was submitted by a member of our chicken forum. Please make sure to double check that this information is accurate before you proceed with raising chickens. You can read more info about checking local laws here..

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