Glendale Considers Allowing Chickens (Not Roosters) In Residential Districts
Glendale is considering allowing chickens in the city, and officials are reaching out for community input Wednesday.
This is the first meeting about a possible zoning change that could bring hens, not roosters, into single-family residential districts.
It’s a first step that would help Glendale’s planning division decide how the change would take place, including how many chickens would constitute a ‘reasonable number’ allowed.
City council has decided that any homeowners association rules would still apply if the ordinance is passed.
The meeting is Wednesday at 6 p.m. in City Council chambers at 5850 W. Glendale Avenue.