If you live in a rental unit, you much have signed permission from the landlord as part of your urban chicken permit application.
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You must have a permit to raise and keep chickens in Coralville. No more than six chickens are allowed on the permitted property. All chickens should be banded.
No, roosters are not allowed. A permit is required to raise and keep chickens in Coralville, and only hens are allowed.
No, you may not keep chickens inside a single family dwelling unit. You must have a permit to raise and keep chickens in Coralville, and all chickens must be kept in an enclosure or fenced-in area at all times. There are additional requirements about the size and type of enclosure, where enclosures can be placed, and the materials used to make them.
You must have a permit to raise and keep chickens in Coralville. Keeping and raising chickens must not violate the restrictive covenants of the property.
Urban Chicken Permits are valid for a calendar year. Each permit expires on December 31. If you have an Urban Chicken Permit, you must renew it each year.