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Sammamish Washington Chicken Ordinance

By trictle, Jan 11, 2012 | Updated: Mar 19, 2013 | |
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    Sammamish Washington Chicken Ordinance

    Are Chickens Allowed in this LocationYes
    Max Chickens Allowed3 if less than half acre site
    Roosters AllowedYes
    Permit RequiredNo
    Coop Restrictions10 feet to property line
    City/Organization Contact nameCity of Sammamish 801 228th Ave SE Sammamish, WA 98075 Phone: (425) 295-0500
    Additional Information
    21A.65.020 Animal regulations – Small animals. The raising, keeping, breeding, or fee boarding of small animals is subject to Chapter 11.04 KCC as adopted by Chapter 11.05 SMC, Animal Control, and the following requirements…(5) Small animals and household pets kept as an accessory use outside the dwelling shall be raised, kept or bred only as an accessory use on the premises of the owner, or in a kennel or cattery approved through the conditional use permit process, subject to the following limitations…(b) Small animals other than birds shall be kept according to the following standards: (i) minimum site area shall be one-half acre if more than three small animals are being kept. The (ii) All animals shall be confined within a building, pen, aviary or similar structure. (iii) Any covered structure used to house or contain such animals shall maintain a distance of not less than 10 feet to any property line, except structures used to house mink and fox shall be a distance of not less than 150 feet. (iv) Poultry, chicken, squab, and rabbits are limited to a maximum of one animal per one square foot of structure used to house such animals, up to a maximum of 2,000 square feet.
    Link for more Informationhttp://www.codepublishing.com/wa/sammamish/
    Information Last Updated2012-09-21

    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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