St. Paul Minnesota Chicken Ordinance

Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
Max Chickens AllowedNo more than permit was taken out for
Roosters AllowedNo
Permit RequiredYes
Coop RestrictionsConstruction needs to follow current building code regulations
City/Organization Contact nameAnimal Control Center 1285 Jessamine Ave., West Saint Paul, MN 55108 Ph: (651) 266-1100
Additional InformationApplications: You must submit the following: * Completed Keeping of Animals Permit Application (contact Animal Control to obtain this permit) * Written approvals from 75% of owners and/or renters of privately and/or publicly owned real estate within 150 feet Fees: 3 or less Chickens $25, $15 to renew. More than 3 chickens is $72 annually. This permit requires inspection approval from Animal Control ( Call us at (651) 266-1100 for more information on scheduling an inspection. Sec. 198.03. - Keeping of certain animals absolutely prohibited; exceptions. (a) Prohibited animals. No person shall keep, maintain, sell or harbor within the City of Saint Paul any of the following animals: Any male chicken (rooster). ------------Even though it\'s not codified in the law, Saint Paul Animal Control is imposing a 10-day time period to get your permission signatures AND that your 10 days starts when you go to the office to pick up your permit application (which they want you to do first).
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Information Last Updated2010-05-20 17:00:04

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