Columbia South Carolina Chicken Ordinance
|Are Chickens Allowed in this location||Yes|
|Max Chickens Allowed||4|
|Coop Restrictions||New ordinance will have coop restrictions (below)|
|City/Organization Contact name||City of Columbia, South Carolina; Animal Services (803)776-7387|
Update: http://www.columbiasc.net/depts/city_council/downloads/2009 Ordinances/Ordinance_2009_106_Amending_Raising_Of_Livestock_and_Fowl.pdf
NOV, 2009 PENDING LEGISLATION:Ordinance #2009-106 section 4-35 states: No more than 4 hens per single residence; No rooster allowed; Must be confined to a coop not less than 18 inches in height and with a minimum floor space of 2 square feet per hen over 4 months of age, conected to a run of not less than 9 square feet for 1 bird, 12 square feet for 2 birds, 16 square feet for 3 birds, or 20 square feet for 4 birds over 4 months of age.
|Link for more Information||http://www.columbiasc.net/depts/cit...Agenda_Items/Ordinance_2009_106_Livestock.pdf|
|Information Last Updated|
2010-03-20 00:00:00 2012-07-09 00:00:00
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