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Posted on: September 6, 2017

Urban chickens petition to be considered by Planning Commission, Council consideration to follow

Urban Chickens Fact Finding Work Session

Residents packed Council Chambers on August 29th to provide feedback on whether urban chickens should be allowed in Ogden’s residential neighborhoods, and six groups gave presentations based on their areas of expertise.


In addition to the information provided during the fact finding work session, the Council has gathered information by phone and email, on social media, and through a poll conducted on Facebook and the Council’s website. Poll results compiled until August 29th at noon are available here.


Following the meeting, the Ogden Chicken Alliance filed a petition requesting the City create an ordinance allowing urban chickens in Ogden’s residential neighborhoods.


The petition will be discussed during an upcoming Planning Commission meeting. Meetings are typically held the first Wednesday of each month, and agendas are available on the City's website within 24 hours of a meeting. A public hearing will be held as part of the Planning Commission’s consideration, and there will be additional opportunities for public input during the City Council’s consideration as well.


The Council typically does not review or provide comment on land use petitions until the Planning Commission submits their recommendation for approval or denial, and then the Council follows its process for consideration.


The Council will consider the information from the Fact Finding Work Session and any information provided by the Planning Commission upon receiving the Planning Commission’s recommendation.


Additional Information:


For additional information, please contact Ogden City Planning Manager Greg Montgomery: gregmontgomery@ogdencity.com, 801-629-8931 or Ogden City Council Policy Analyst Amy Mabey, amymabey@ogdencity.com, 801-629-8153.

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