|Are chickens allowed in Provo?||Yes|
|How many chickens can you have?||Up to 6 (depending on lot size)|
|Can you have roosters in Provo?||No|
|Chicken coop placement rules:||Coops at least 15 feet from any property line and 6 feet from any dwelling|
|Application process:||Permit required (registration)|
|More information:||Provo City Code|
Interested in the world of urban chicken farming in Provo? Master the crucial guidelines for a solid poultry project.
- Number of Hens Allowed: Up to 6 hens are allowed on at least 10,000 square feet of properties.
- For smaller properties, the number of hens allowed is as follows:
- 9,000 square feet: Up to 5 hens.
- 8,000 square feet: Up to 4 hens.
- 7,000 square feet: Up to 3 hens.
- 6,000 square feet: Up to 2 hens.
- Roosters Not Allowed: Roosters are strictly prohibited within the city limits of Provo.
- Enclosed Area and Coop Requirements:
- Chickens must be confined within a secure outdoor enclosed area.
- The enclosed area should include a covered, ventilated, predator-resistant chicken coop.
- The coop must have a minimum floor area of at least two (2) square feet per chicken.
- If chickens are not allowed to roam outside the coop, the coop should have a minimum floor area of six (6) square feet per chicken.
- The coop must be in a rear yard, at least fifteen (15) feet from any property line and six (6) feet from any dwelling.
- Chickens are not permitted to roam outside the coop or enclosed area.
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Last updated: 11/20/2023