Help with changing HOA covenants in Centennial CO!!

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances' started by Little Red Henn, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. Little Red Henn

    Little Red Henn New Egg

    Nov 5, 2015
    I am looking for help to get my HOA covenants changed. I live in Centennial CO, a suburb of Denver. It's my understanding that Centennial allows hens, no roosters. I know this will take hard work, time and much patience. I have contacted my HOA to see if other home owners have shown same interest. I was told in the past seven years this person has volunteered his position, no one had given any indication of desiring chickens.

    Has anyone out there had any experience dealing with HOA covenants and had any success making an appeal?

    I'm also wanting to build my case with stats that tell how chickens are not problematic to neighbors: not as nosey as dogs, family friendly, clean??, not smelly??

    What are other facts that would build my case?

    I also understand that the "city" of Denver allows chickens, roosters, goats and other fowl.

    Thanks for any help!

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