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Vancouver city council meets April 8 to consider proposed backyard chicken guidelines.
The dream of fresh, organic eggs laid just outside your back door may soon become a reality…
Those interested in trying their hand at chicken husbandry will want to attend the April 8 City Council meeting on Planning & Environment at 2:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 453 West 12th Ave. Council will consider a report containing the proposed guidelines and parameters surrounding the keeping of backyard hens.
Click here to view the report, “Guidelines for Keeping of Backyard Hens” [PDF].
If approved, the guidelines will then be subject to public hearings, where necessary bylaw amendments will also be reviewed.
To speak to the report at Thursday’s meeting, contact the City Clerk’s office: phone 604-873-7276; fax 604-873-7419; or email your request.
Requests can also be made in person up to 10 minutes prior to the commencement of the meeting. Learn more about speaking to council.
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