Laramie Wyoming Chicken Ordinance

Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
Max Chickens AllowedUnstated-LOT SIZE Restrictions.
Roosters AllowedNo
Permit RequiredNo
Coop RestrictionsYes, conditions, location, proximity to residences
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Additional Information6.06.040 Fowl and livestock. Domestic fowl and livestock are allowed; provided that they meet the following limitations: A. The total area in which the animals are kept shall be at least one-fourth acre of undeveloped land and such animals must be kept confined within a structure, fence or pen. B. The animals belong to the individuals owning or renting the property upon which the animals are kept. Domestic fowl and livestock being kept in fulfillment of requirements for an education project (such as 4-H, FFA or scouting projects) shall be the responsibility of but need not belong to the owner or renter of the property upon which the animals are kept. C. The enclosure, fence or pen in which animals are kept will be at least twenty feet from other residences. D. The animals shall be confined, constrained or in the supervision and control of their owner or keeper at all times. E. The fence, pen or enclosure shall be kept in good repair. F. The enclosure shall be kept clean. G. The animals are kept only for the purpose of education, science, personal security, companionship, exhibition, personal consumption, riding and packing. H. Fowl and livestock shall not be allowed to make loud or incessant noise which may be annoying or discomforting to neighbors in close proximity. (Ord. 1074 § 1 (part), 1992).
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