Stillwater Oklahoma Chicken Ordinance

By EngieKisses, Jan 11, 2012 | |
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    Stillwater Oklahoma Chicken Ordinance

    Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
    Max Chickens Allowednone stated
    Roosters AllowedYes
    Permit RequiredNo
    Coop RestrictionsMust be at least 150 feet from any structure, except in agriculture zones, min. 900 sq. ft. enclosure
    City/Organization Contact nameNathan Bates, Mayor [email protected]
    Additional InformationSec. 6-2. Prohibited in certain areas. (a) It is unlawful for any person to allow or permit any fowl, including, but not limited to, chickens, turkeys, pigeons, ducks and geese, or any domestic livestock, including, but not limited to, horses, mules, donkeys, cows, sheep and goats, within one hundred fifty (150) feet of any dwelling, house trailer, hotel, motel, grocery store, supermarket, or food service establishment, except in a duly established A-Agricultural District wherein such distance limitation shall be fifty (50) feet. Sec. 6-3. Enclosures--Generally. Suitable pens or enclosures, substantially erected, shall be provided and maintained for the safekeeping of all fowl or animals kept within the city. A minimum of nine hundred (900) square feet shall be enclosed for a fowl pen, and a minimum of fifteen hundred (1500) square feet per animal shall be enclosed for the keeping of any domestic animals. Sec. 6-4. Same--Sanitation. All enclosures where animals or fowl are kept shall be kept clean and free from all filth at all times. All manure shall be removed regularly and kept in a separate receptacle, properly covered, which shall be removed at least twice a week or whenever directed by the health officer or other officials of the city. Each enclosure shall be sprayed with a suitable residual spray as often as necessary to control flies and other insects, and the premises shall be disinfected not less than once in a period of two (2) weeks.
    Link for more Informationhttp://library5.municode.com/default-test/home.htm?infobase=11610&doc_action=whatsnew
    Information Last Updated2010-03-24 12:24:26

    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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