Can I have livestock within city limits?

According to city ordinance, livestock are prohibited in certain areas.

  • It is unlawful for any person to allow or permit any fowl, including, but not limited to chicken, turkeys, pigeons, ducks and geese, or any domestic livestock, including, but not limited to, horses, mules, donkeys, cows, sheep and goats, within 150 feet of any dwelling, house trailer, mobile home, manufactured home, hotel, motel, grocery store, supermarket or food service establishment, except in a duly established Agricultural District wherein such distance limitation shall be 50 feet.
  • Backyard chickens are allowed per city Ordinance Number 3367.

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1. Can I adopt a pet from Animal Welfare?
2. Can I have livestock within city limits?
3. Do Animal Welfare officers receive any training?
4. Do I have to get a dog license?
5. Do I have to get a professional animal permit?
6. Does Stillwater have a leash law?
7. How do I take care of my pets during severe weather?
8. How many dogs or cats am I allowed to own?
9. Is Stillwater a no-kill city?
10. May I turn over my own pet to Animal Welfare?
11. What happens to strays picked up by an Animal Welfare officer?
12. What if I am bitten by an animal?
13. What if I lost or found an animal?
14. What if I see wildlife behaving unusually?
15. What is Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue?
16. Where's the dog park?