I am guessing we are supposed to post our locals so... Poultry is not specifically listed (this may change, we have a nasty little old neighbor a block away who hates my friends chicks) but livestock needs to have at least an acre. What it does not say is that it has to be yours (hehe) so the local animal control has been forced to say well if your neighbors do not mind and together you equal an acre then you are good to go. (the lady really likes chickens and has like 50 or 60, nice older lady maybe 40s to 50s age) So, when our neighbors complained we moved a couple blocks away to a place with a third acre, 2/3 acre on one side and an acre on another. So as long as we keep those two happy with us we can even get a horse (but won't). Lambs grove allows them simply because they never considered not doing so and have not updated their ordinances in over 100 years (seriously, it still says no people of like mixed race or non whites or something) Basically, alot of people have them here, we do keep a low profile though, as of yet MAYBE 5 people know where that rooster crow comes from and when I mention it offhandedly (it can stop quite abruptly if needed, I make stew alot lol) at stores and such people always say how much they love it and it really is cute and reminds them of simpler times and some even say they think it enhances the town image of a earlier time country lifestyle type thing. I personally have never heard anyone complain and my neighbors all love it to my knowledge. But I do trot out the chickens and rooster for all the neighborhood kids several times a week too so maybe it is the free babysitting my chickens provide for hours every week? I even had people schedule their kids to come sit with the chicks several times last year while their mum went to the store. My rooster is only 8-9" tall and can be heard everywhere but it is light and rather faint when not near my house so eh. (sorry I will get to the point) basically fairly quiet roosters are allowed right now as well is what I was trying to say.