Please be advised that we do not render legal advice or interpretation of statutory or administrative materials. Skip to code content (skip section selection), CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BRUNSWICK, OHIO, PART EIGHT - BUSINESS REGULATION AND TAXATION CODE, PART TEN - STREETS, UTILITIES AND PUBLIC SERVICES CODE, PART FOURTEEN - BUILDING AND HOUSING CODE. Columbus is in Franklin County and Franklin County has farms. Jacky King feeds chickens at the Harvesting Earth Farm in Beecher, Michigan. American Legal Publishing and the jurisdiction whose laws are being translated do not vouch for the accuracy of any translated versions of such laws. ... Chicken Laws. Lincolnton – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. Monroe – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. Cleveland – One per 800 sq ft, roosters allowed. Proponents of the bill say it would help city-dwellers who live in poorer neighborhoods far from a supermarket (a so-called “food desert") get access to fresh eggs and goat milk. American Legal Publishing and the jurisdiction whose laws are being translated do not vouch for the accuracy of any translated versions of such laws. A number of local governments around Ohio have prohibited raising such animals in residential areas, including West Chester township near Cincinnati, Perrysburg near Toledo, and the Dayton suburb of Beavercreek. Your support makes a difference. Weddington – No limit on numbers,roosters allowed. Been a change in management. (Roosters, known for their loud crowing, are specifically not included on the list.). Durant – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. Winston-Salem – Maximum 5, permit required. COLUMBUS, Ohio—Local governments in Ohio would no longer be able to ban residents from raising chickens, goats, rabbits and other animals in their backyards, under legislation re-introduced in the Ohio House. I don't know when this was written, but Toledo, Ohio regulations changed a couple years ago. © Omlet 2004, 2015, North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma, New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York, Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota. Bessemer City – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. The official printed copy of a Code of Ordinances should be consulted prior to any action being taken. Where roosters are allowed, and where a permit is required to keep poultry, this is mentioned in the lists below. Newcastle – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. Please note that the English language version is the official version of the code. Related Post: Urban Chicken Laws in Washington. Charlotte – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed, permit required. Columbus – No limit on numbers. Oklahoma City – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. It's now limited to 6 chickens and roosters only with a permit. Local laws relating to coop/pen size, proximity to residences and roads, noise, sanitation, and zoning restrictions apply in all cities and counties. Enid – No limit on numbers, but plots must be at least one acre in some zones. The new House Agriculture Committee Chair, Republican Kyle Koehler of Springfield, said in an interview that the committee will hear out the arguments for the bill. Woodward – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed, permit required. American Legal Publishing Corporation provides these documents for informational purposes only. Spruce Pine – No limit on numbers, roosters allowed. *There may be discrepancies in the code when translating to other languages. Local legislation current through June 8, 2020, State legislation current through March 27, 2020, Â Â Â The Codified Ordinances and other documents that appear in this FOLIO Infobase may not reflect the most current legislation adopted by the Municipality.Â The Codified Ordinances are provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as the definitive authority for local legislation.Â Additionally, the formatting and pagination of the posted documents vary from the formatting and pagination of the official copy.Â The official printed copy of the Codified Ordinances should be consulted prior to any action being taken.Â.