"The maximum total number of permitted fowl allowed to be owned or kept on an individual lot is one (1) animal (fowl) per five hundred (500) square feet of lot size, rounded down, but in no event shall the total number of permitted fowl on any lot exceed six (6)."
Are Roosters Allowed?
Is Permission Required?
Any Coop Restrictions?
Numerous. see below for wording on coops "In addition to the other requirements of this chapter that specify standards applicable to the keeping of animals, any person who owns chickens or ducks shall provide a coop or other similar shelter and adequate laying boxes, and roosts for the chickens or ducks. Such shelter shall be screened or walled in a manner that allows the chickens or ducks to be reasonably protected from predators. (ii) The coop shall be a minimum of three square feet in size per chicken or duck if the birds have a fenced outdoor run, or 10 square feet per chicken or duck if the birds do not have a fenced outdoor run. (iii) A minimum of one square foot of laying box space shall be provided per three (3) chickens. Each laying box will contain adequate clean bedding material such as hay or other similar soft material. (iv) One 8” or larger roost is required per chicken. Ducks do not require roosts. (v) Coops shall be constructed in a manner that is consistent with the requirements of the city’s Supplemental Development Standards for Accessory Structures in Articles 21 and 22 of the city Zoning Regulations. No coop shall be located closer than five (5) feet from any neighboring property line. (vi) In the event that a mobile coop is utilized, the coop shall be kept in compliance with all city ordinances that apply to the outdoor storage of property. (vii) A coop shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition to prevent the unreasonable accumulation of waste or any other noxious substances, noxious odors or the presence of vermin."
Finney County also has restrictions on fowl not within city limits. This information can be found at same website but click on the county Reg Link instead