I've just received a warning in lieu of a citation, for having chickens for pets. We don't have a rooster, they don't fly, and most of them only warble a soft trill. Has anyone in Cedar Park successfully fought this ordinance? The neighbors who reported us are retaliating for us having reported their beagle's incessant barking who is "trained to bark." I get it, pay back. Our chickens altogether make less sounds all day than five minutes of the dog barking! I know there are quite a few people in Cedar Park with less than 1 acre yards with chickens. I'd like to know how to fight this, if possible. Our chickens are all named, come to me, ride on my shoulder. The coop is vacuumed daily and is on a chicken tractor that is moved each morning to another spot in our backyard. They never fly over the fence and do nothing to be annoying. With no rooster, we obviously can't run a business raising chickens. Any suggestions would be appreciated.