New Castle Indiana Chicken Ordinance

Are Chickens Allowed in this locationNo
Max Chickens Allowed
Roosters AllowedNo
Permit RequiredNo
Coop RestrictionsN/A; not allowed
City/Organization Contact nameDavid Copenhaver, City Attorney 227 N Main Street New Castle, IN 47362 (765)529-2100 [email protected] [View Map] View Map * Staff Directory In This Department * Board of Works * City Attorney * Emergency Operations Plan * Press Releases Log * Hope Initiative Department Home More Information * Events Calendar * Document Center News & Notices Related Pages City Attorney The City Attorney is an appointed official. Duties of the City Attorney: # Serve as a member of the Board of Public Works & Safety; # Represent, support and provide legal advise or written opinions to the Mayor and City Council, department heads and staff members of the various city departments; # Aggressively represent the City in legal proceedings, both as plaintiff and defendant; # Make recommendations to city council for or against the settlement or dismissal of legal proceedings; # To render timely legal advice to city boards, commissions, and committees; to research and provide information on legal issues; to prepare legal documents, including ordinances, resolutions and contracts; # To review and prepare amendments to the New Castle municipal code to maintain consistency with current state and federal laws.
Additional InformationBookmark§ 90.15 POULTRY PROHIBITED WITHIN CITY LIMITS. (A) Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning. \"POULTRY.\" Domesticated birds that serve as a source of eggs or meat, including but not limited to, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, peafowl, pigeons and pheasants. (B) Poultry shall be prohibited within the city limits. (Ord. 2767, passed 10-2-89; Am. Ord. 3503, passed 3-5-07) Penalty, see § 90.999 Bookmark
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