Pueblo West

By FrogEggs, Apr 5, 2013 | Updated: Aug 22, 2013 | |
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    Pueblo West, CO Chicken Ordinance


    Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes - officially allowed since about 2011 (prior to that, you had to be in 4H) - On Acreage lots (check pueblo county assessor's office online if you are unsure how your lot is zoned).
    Max Chickens Allowed10-12 (10 in City of Pueblo - Pueblo County has no restriction on number)
    Roosters AllowedRoosters are "technically" no allowed. Per my contact there, they will not come check, but if there is a noise complaint from a grumpy neighbor, you will get a letter asking you to get rid of the rooster. One of the board members has chickens, and a rather impressive coop, so they don't go looking for problems.
    Permit RequiredNo
    Coop RestrictionsNo. You must get a shed permit ($25 for anything under 400 sq feet, $50 and up for anything larger). Coop must be in the back yard, not next to the garage or in front of the house.
    City/Organization Contact namePueblo West Metro District (719) 547-5000 (I believe her name is Sandy)
    Additional InformationLots around the golf course area are not permitted chickens, per the Metro District. If you are R1-R3, etc., they say no chickens. Lots zoned Agricultural (mine is A-3), usually over an acre, and often on dirt roads, can have chickens. No other anumals (other than horses, dogs, and cats), unless you can prove your child is in 4-h. We are an "Equestrian Community" that allows 1 horse per quarter acre, and is very horse friendly.
    Link for more Informationhttp://pueblowestmetro.com/
    Information Last Updated8-22-2013


    NOTE: This information was submitted by a member of our chicken forum. Please make sure to double check that this information is accurate before you proceed with raising chickens. You can read more info about checking local laws here.

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