How many dogs can I have on my property?

The maximum number of dogs permitted over six months of age cannot exceed four and a conditional use permit is required to operate as a dog fancier. In order to apply for a dog fancier’s permit you must live on land that is zoned open space or single-family residential 1 dwelling units per acre (DUA) and 2 DUA and any other residential land use district where the applicant’s lot is at least 20,000 square feet in area.

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1. How many dogs can I have on my property?
2. What are the requirements to have horses or livestock on my property?
3. Can I raise chickens on my property?
4. During what hours are leaf blowers allowed to be used?
5. What do I do if there is an excessive or annoying noise in my neighborhood?
6. What are the allowed hours for construction?
7. What should I do about abandoned homes / buildings?
8. What is nuisance abatement?
9. What can I do about problems with my neighbors?
10. What are the regulations on residential off-street parking?
11. How long can I park my car on the street in front of my house?
12. Where can I store my motorhome and boat?
13. Where do I report overgrown weeds that create a traffic safety hazard or attract rodents?