|Are chickens allowed in Noblesville?||No|
|How many chickens can you have?||0|
|Can you have roosters in Noblesville?||No|
|Chicken coop placement rules:||Not applicable|
|Application process:||Not applicable|
|More information:||Noblesville City Code|
The only way you can have backyard chickens in Noblesville is if you keep them on land that’s zoned agricultural.
See below for everything you need to know about raising backyard chickens in Noblesville.
- Chicken allowance. In Noblesville, Indiana, residents are not permitted to keep chickens in their backyard in residential zones.
- Rooster exclusion. Roosters are not allowed within city limits.
- Restrictions on slaughtering. Slaughtering chickens is not allowed on residential properties within the city limits.
- Homeowners’ Association (HOA) regulations. Residents are advised to consult their HOA to confirm if backyard chickens are permitted under their specific community rules. In some cases, HOA guidelines may override city rules.
If you want the most recent and reliable information on keeping backyard chickens in Noblesville, it is recommended that you seek guidance from the relevant local authorities.
See other Indiana chicken ordinances.
Last updated: 5/1/23