Loveland Colorado Chicken Ordinance
|Are Chickens Allowed in this location||Yes|
|Max Chickens Allowed||none|
|City/Organization Contact name|
City of Loveland 970-962-2000 [email protected]
@ci.loveland.co.us>Thety of Loveland will refer you to the Larimer County Humane Society for additional information as they contract with the Humane Society regarding regulations regarding chickens.
|Additional Information||6.28.010 Limitations on the number of household pets. No person shall keep, house or maintain, in or upon any dwelling unit more pet animals over four months of age than can be properly maintained in a healthy condition without presenting a health or safety hazard to the owner, keeper or others and without constituting a nuisance to the occupants of neighboring properties. (Ord. 4229 § 1 (part), 1996) 6.28.020 Limitations on livestock. No person shall keep, pasture, house, or maintain on any parcel of land in the city any livestock, except horses, provided that at least one-half acre of pasture land is provided for each horse. Pets or show animals, chickens, ducks, geese and other domesticated fowl are permitted subject to the numerical limitations in Section 6.28.010. The keeping of livestock and domestic fowl except as provided in this section is declared to be a nuisance. (Ord. 4229 § 1 (part), 1996)|
|Link for more Information||http://www.ci.loveland.co.us/cityclerks/municipalcode/Title06.pdf|
|Information Last Updated||2010-03-23 00:00:00|
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