Major US Cities (and nearby states) Allowing Urban Hens

Major US Cities Allowing Urban Hens as of March, 2012  
City State        
Birmingham Alabama Honolulu Hawaii San Antonio Texas
Huntsville Alabama Boise Idaho Waco Texas
Mobile Alabama Chicago Illinois Wichita Falls Texas
Montgomery Alabama Fort Wayne Indiana Salt Lake City Utah
Anchorage Alaska Indianapolis Indiana West Valley City Utah
Chandler Arizona Wichita Kansas Chesapeake Virginia
Gilbert Arizona Lexington Kentucky Virginia Beach Virginia
Glendale Arizona Louisville Kentucky Seattle Washington
Mesa Arizona Baton Rouge Louisiana Spokane Washington
Peoria Arizona New Orleans Louisiana Tacoma Washington
Phoenix Arizona Baltimore Maryland Vancouver Washington
Scottsdale Arizona Boston Massachusetts Madison Wisconsin
Tempe Arizona Minneapolis Minnesota Milwaukee Wisconsin
Tucson Arizona Saint Paul Minnesota    
Little Rock Arkansas Kansas City Missouri Missoula Montana
Anaheim California Saint Louis Missouri Bozeman Montana
Bakersfield California Lincoln Nebraska Butte Montana
Chula Vista California Omaha Nebraska Helena Montana
Elk Grove California Henderson Nevada Kalispell Montana
Fremont California Las Vegas Nevada Havre Montana
Fresno California North Las Vegas Nevada Anaconda Montana
Fullerton California Reno Nevada Whitefish Montana
Garden Grove California Jersey City New Jersey Miles City Montana
Huntington Beach California Albuquerque New Mexico Buffalo Wyoming
Irvine California Buffalo New York Cody Wyoming
Lancaster California New York New York Rawlins Wyoming
Long Beach California Rochester New York Laramie Wyoming
Los Angeles California Syracuse New York Cheyenne Wyoming
Modesto California Charlotte North Carolina Casper Wyoming
Oakland California Durham North Carolina Idaho Falls Idaho
Orange California Greensboro North Carolina Lewiston Idaho
Pasadena California Raleigh North Carolina Meridian Idaho
Rancho Cucamonga California Winston-Salem North Carolina Hayden Idaho
Riverside California Cincinnati Ohio Preston Idaho
Sacramento California Cleveland Ohio Mountain Home Idaho
San Diego California Columbus Ohio Couer d’Alene Idaho
San Francisco California Toledo Ohio McCall Idaho
San Jose California Oklahoma City Oklahoma Garden City Idaho
Santa Ana California Tulsa Oklahoma Rapid City South Dakota
Santa Clarita California Eugene Oregon Deadwood South Dakota
Santa Rosa California Portland Oregon Aberdeen South Dakota
Stockton California Salem Oregon Vermillion South Dakota
Sunnyvale California Philadelphia Pennsylvania Fargo North Dakota
Colorado Springs Colorado Pittsburgh Pennsylvania New Rockford North Dakota
Denver Colorado Sioux Falls South Dakota Colorado Springs Colorado
Fort Collins Colorado Memphis Tennessee Lousville Colorado
Bridgeport Connecticut Nashville Tennessee Loveland Colorado
New Haven Connecticut Amarillo Texas Boulder Colorado
Washington DC Arlington Texas Longmont Colorado
Cape Coral Florida Austin Texas Newcastle Colorado
Fort Lauderdale Florida Brownsville Texas Grand Junction Colorado
Hialeah Florida Corpus Christi Texas Wheatridge Colorado
Jacksonville Florida Dallas Texas Goldendale Washington
Miami Florida El Paso Texas Shoreline Washington
Orlando Florida Fort Worth Texas Marysville Washington
Pembroke Pines Florida Garland Texas Lakewood Washington
Saint Petersburg Florida Grand Prairie Texas Burlington Washington
Tallahassee Florida Houston Texas Puyallup Washington
Tampa Florida Irving Texas Everett Washington
Atlanta Georgia Killeen Texas Lynnwood Washington
Augusta Georgia Laredo Texas Longview Washington
Columbus Georgia Lubbock Texas Bellingham Washington
Savannah Georgia McAllen Texas Sammamish Washington

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