|Are chickens allowed in Fayetteville?||Yes|
|How many chickens can you have?||Up to 10|
|Can you have roosters in Fayetteville?||No|
|Chicken coop placement rules:||No rule specified; check with city|
|Application process:||A permit may be required|
|More information:||Fayetteville City Code|
Unlock the potential of raising chickens in Fayetteville by getting the rules and regulations right from the start:
- Number of chickens: You can keep up to 10 chickens or rabbits on your property.
- Roosters: Roosters are generally not allowed. This restriction is in place to prevent noise disturbances and maintain peace in the neighborhood.
- Housing: Chickens must be kept in a coop that meets sanitary standards. It is essential to provide a clean and pest-free environment for the well-being of the birds. Regular maintenance and proper cleaning of the coop are necessary to ensure a healthy living space for your chickens.
- Grazing: Chickens are prohibited from grazing or standing within 30 feet of any wall or 50 feet of the front door of any residence. This rule aims to minimize potential conflicts between neighbors and maintain a certain distance between the chickens and residential areas.
- Running at large: Chickens must be kept in their coop and enclosed run.
City guidelines regarding backyard chickens can be subject to change. To ensure you have current information, reach out to Fayetteville officials.
See other North Carolina chicken ordinances.
Last updated: 09/27/2023