Fremont Michigan Chicken Ordinance

By Elite Silkies · Jan 11, 2012 ·
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    Fremont Michigan Chicken Ordinance

    Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
    Max Chickens AllowedUnknown
    Roosters AllowedNo
    Permit RequiredNo
    Coop RestrictionsYes
    City/Organization Contact name
    Additional InformationSec. 3-2. Running at large-Prohibited. No person shall permit any domestic animal or any goose, chicken or other fowl to run or be at large in the public streets, lanes, alleys, vacant lots or other open or public places; nor upon any private premises other than the premises of the owner or custodian of such domestic animal or fowl, without the consent of the owner or occupant of such private premises; provided, that any such domestic animal be permitted on public properties if in the immediate control of a competent person. (5-17-73, 2 Sec. 3-3. Same-Seizure by enforcing officer. The enforcing officer shall seize any animal or fowl running at large in the city. (5-17- 73, 3) Sec. 3-4. Impoundment; disposition when unclaimed; liability of city in unlawful seizure, disposal, etc. An animal or fowl seized under the provisions of section 3-3 shall be placed in the pound or delivered to the county animal control officer. If the owner of the impounded animal or fowl can be determined, such owner shall be notified by the police department of the impoundment. All animals or fowls not claimed within four (4) days after such notification, or not claimed within four (4) days after impoundment if the owner thereof cannot be determined, shall be disposed of by a proper authority. The city and enforcing officer shall incur no liability in the lawful seizure, killing or disposal of any animal or fowl. (5-17-73, 4, 7-19-82) Sec. 3-6. Abandonment. No person shall abandon any animal or fowl in any public place or public highway or upon the property of another. (5-17-73, 6) Sec. 3-18. Interfering with enforcing officer, etc. No person shall hinder, obstruct, or delay the enforcement officer or other person who is engaged in lawfully taking into custody any dog, other animal or any fowl found running at large or being possessed or housed by any person contrary to the provisions of this chapter. (5-17-73, 7)
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