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Squamata of the suborder Ophidia (snakes), which are constrictors, are permissible in the city so long as:
(A) They are not greater than six feet in length;
(B) There are no more than four snakes owned by a household (if a female snake has offspring, the owner has 90 days to reduce the number of snakes back down to no more than four); and
(C) A snake does not leave the owner’s secured building on the property, unless the snake is in a snake cage that has a lid and at least one lock.
(2011 Code, § 13.0311)