We are looking at buying a house in the Unincorporated part of Arapahoe County (half acre siding to a horse property). I called the zoning office at County to inquire about keeping chickens. He told me that they are in the planning stages of addressing this issue but at the moment this home was not zoned for chickens. I did ask if he gets many of these calls to keep backyard chickens, and he said I was his first. If you live in Arapahoe County or Unincorporated Arapahoe County, and are interested in keeping chickens, now would be the time to start calling and requesting the law to be changed. If they see there is a demand, I would think they would be more apt to vote for these changes. If there is no demand, then why bother? Unless they are interested in becoming more in line with the surrounding areas that do allow unpermited backyard chickens such as Highlands Ranch and the City of Littleton itself and hopefully soon, Denver. He said they are hoping to have something in place in the next 6 months but that is risky for me if we buy this place because what if they don't adopt the new policy? He advised me to keep an eye on the meeting agendas and study session where they post what they will discuss to keep up with where it is at in the process. Any thoughts?