Honolulu Hawaii Chicken Ordinance

Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
Max Chickens Allowedtwo
Roosters AllowedNo
Permit RequiredNo
Coop Restrictions
City/Organization Contact nameHonolulu Hale 530 S. King Street Honolulu, HI 96813
Additional InformationSec. 7-2.2 Definitions: \"Animal nuisance,\" for the purposes of this section, shall include but not be limited to any animal, farm animal or poultry which: (a) Makes noise continuously and/or incessantly for a period of 10 minutes or intermittently for one-half hour or more to the disturbance of any person at any time of day or night and regardless of whether the animal, farm animal or poultry is physically situated in or upon private property; (b) Barks, whines, howls, crows, cries or makes any other unreasonable noise as described in Section 7-2.4 (c) of this article. Sec. 7-2.4 General requirements. (a) Nothing in this article applies to animals, farm animals or poultry raised, bred or kept as a commercial enterprise or for food purposes where commercial kennels or the keeping of livestock is a permitted use. (b) Enclosures for animals, farm animals and poultry shall meet all applicable zoning and building code requirements for structures; shall not be located within any required front, side or rear yard setback; and shall meet all other applicable sanitation requirements. (c) Noise is unreasonable within the meaning of this article if considering the nature and the circumstances surrounding the animal nuisance, including the nature of the location and the time of the day or night, it interferes with reasonable individual or group activities such as, but not limited to, communication, work, rest, recreation or sleep; or the failure to heed the admonition of a police officer or a special officer of the animal control contractor that the noise is unreasonable and should be stopped or reduced. Sec. 7-2.4 General requirements.
Link for more Informationhttp://www.honolulu.gov/refs/roh/7.htm
Information Last Updated2010-03-17 00:00:00

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