Can I raise chickens or roosters in Rogers' city limits?

Sec. 6-228 through 6-230 deals with fowl inside the city limits. In a residential zone, a resident is allowed to have up to four hens (no roosters) after obtaining the proper permit from Rogers Animal Services. The fowl must be maintained in a suitable enclosure, which shall be kept in a clean, sanitary condition. Please contact Rogers Animal Services at (479) 621-1197 to report a violation or obtain a permit.

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1. Are trailers allowed to park on the street?
2. Can I raise chickens or roosters in Rogers' city limits?
3. What can I do if my neighbor will not fix their part of a shared fence?
4. My neighbor has a dead tree in their yard and I'm afraid it will fall and damage my property. Does my neighbor have to remove it?
5. What should I do to report someone dumping trash or tree limbs on my property?
6. What should I do if I see someone littering in the road or in a park?
7. How tall can my neighbor's grass grow before they have to mow?
8. I've reported my neighbor for not mowing, why isn't the yard mowed yet?
9. A neighboring business does not have their dumpster emptied as frequently as needed, and my customers are complaining about the flies and the smell. What can be done?
10. My neighbor parks their car in the yard, is this legal?
11. Can I report my POA's covenant violations to the City for enforcement?