Are horses allowed within city limits?

No, with certain exceptions.  The raising of horses, cows, pigs, and other split hoofed animals is not allowed except within an agricultural zoning district, on larger lots within a rural residential district, or where previously established as a legal, nonconforming use.  In the RR rural residential district, a lot two acres or greater may maintain one horse, llama, or other equine and/or hoofed animal and its immature offspring, plus one additional animal for each two additional acres of lot area, up to a maximum of three animals.

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1. Do I need a permit for a fence?
2. Can a fence go on the property line?
3. Can I do my own work on my home and do I need a permit?
4. Do I need a permit for a deck?
5. Do I need a permit for a shed or other accessory building?
6. Do I need a permit to replace my roof?
7. Are frost depth footings required for a detached garage or other accessory building?
8. When do I need a building permit?
9. Where should smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors be located?
10. Where should ground-fault electrical receptacles be located?
11. Is a permit required for a swimming pool?
12. How can I find out if my property is in a flood zone?
13. How do I find out how my property is zoned?
14. Who do I contact to tell me where my property lines are?
15. Are chickens allowed within city limits?
16. Are horses allowed within city limits?
17. Are bees allowed within city limits?
18. Can I have a home-based business?