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Chicken Permits are required to keep up to 6 hens. Roosters are prohibited.
Each residence is allowed 3 pets. Additional pets (up to 7) may be kept with an approved Kennel Permit.
If you have lost a pet, contact Animal Control at 913-422-7800 ext. 1579. You can also email us at email@example.com
If you have found a pet, call our Dispatch at 913-596-3000. Officers will collect the animal, scan for a microchip and keep the pet safe until an owner can be located.
Yes. Dogs and cats over 6 months of age are required to be spayed/neutered and registered with the City annually. The permit application is located here>> Animal License Permit
Here are some other license applications as well:
Secure your trash cans and eliminate any food source on your property. If the problem persists, contact a wildlife removal company.
Animal Control will only respond for sick/injured wildlife.
Call Animal Control (913) 422-7800 or after hours (913) 596-3000. There IS an ordinance for nuisance/noisy animals.
The City Council may consider on a case-by-case basis any of the following incentives to attract industrial, commercial, retail, office, and residential development: Community Improvement District Financing, Industrial Revenue Bond Financing, Neighborhood Revitalization Property Tax Rebate Plans, Retail Attraction and Retention Incentive Program, Special Benefit District Financing, Tax Increment Financing, and Transportation Development District Financing. For more information, call Community and Economic Development Department at (913) 667-1719.