Conroe1 Texas Chicken Ordinance

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Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
Max Chickens Allowednone given
Roosters AllowedNo
Permit RequiredNo
Coop RestrictionsChickens and other fowl. Any fowl lot maintained in the city limits must be large enough to provide a minimum of four square feet per chicken. The chicken house will be allowed to be a part of this area. Suitable wire shall be used as the fence material for chickens. The chicken house must be of such construction as will allow for ease in cleaning and airing.
City/Organization Contact nameCod of Ordinances, City of Conroe, Part II, Chapter 10, Sections 5 and 6
Additional InformationChickens/fowl are referenced only in sections 5 and 6 of chapter 10. Neither specifies whether or not roosters are allowed, and neither provides a limit for number of chickens allowed. Sec. 10-5. - Coops or yards for fowls. All persons raising chickens and other fowls within the city shall keep the chickens and other fowl confined in suitable coops or in yards properly fenced so as to prevent the chickens and other fowl from escaping and running at large. Sec. 10-6. - Fences and space allocations for livestock and fowl. No person shall maintain livestock or fowl within the city unless the following requirements and space allocations for each animal or fowl are satisfied: (4) Chickens and other fowl. Any fowl lot maintained in the city limits must be large enough to provide a minimum of four square feet per chicken. The chicken house will be allowed to be a part of this area. Suitable wire shall be used as the fence material for chickens. The chicken house must be of such construction as will allow for ease in cleaning and airing.
Link for more Informationhttp://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientId=13822&stateId=43&stateName=Texas
Information Last Updated2010-05-04 13:19:04
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