§ 90.02  FOWL AT LARGE.
   It shall be unlawful for any person to keep any ducks, geese, guinea, roosters or other domestic fowl in the city. Residents of single family homes may keep hens as authorized under this section.
   (A)   The tract on which the hens will be kept shall be at least one-third of an acre in size.
   (B)   A maximum of five hens shall be permitted on a tract of land that is between one-third and one-half acre in size and a maximum of ten hens on a tract of land that is larger than one-half acre in size.
   (C)   No person shall allow his or her hens to run at large. Such hens must be contained in a fowl house, coop or other secure, fenced enclosure at all times.
   (D)   Such fowl house, coop or other enclosure must be situated at least 15 feet from all property lines, at least 50 feet from the nearest residence other than that of the owner and may not be located between the street and a line drawn parallel to the street facing walls of a residence.
   (E)   Fowl houses, coops and enclosures must be kept in a neat and sanitary condition at all times to prevent offensive odors.
(Prior Code, § 3-2) (Ord. O-04-16, passed 6-2-2016)  Penalty, see § 10.99