Montgomery Alabama Chicken Ordinance
|Are Chickens Allowed in this location||Yes|
|Max Chickens Allowed||n/a|
|Coop Restrictions||Must be enclosed|
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|Additional Information||I know you didn\'t want it re-submitted BUT I found you were lacking information. Montgomery City Code of Ordinances Chapter 4- ANIMALS Article V- Livestock (includes chickens) Enclosure is required, they CANNOT be running free or they can be taken. Also, another thing to watch out for from the chapter is that you cannot have a vicious animal and also the section about public nuisance animals BASICALLY MEANING if your rooster crows too much and keeps someone up, or their squawking disturbs a neighbor and they call to file a complaint, you get a notice and have 7 days to remove the \"nuisance animal\". =/ Hope this helps! -ShelterGirl|
|Link for more Information||http://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientId=11272&stateId=1&stateName=Alabama|
|Information Last Updated||2011-07-30 19:03:58|
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I believe this information has changed, this was found in an article from Feb 2013
Currently under city code, chickens may be kept conditionally on properties with agricultural 1 and 2 zoning or in residential zones after a successful appeal to the Board of Adjustments.