The city of Rock Hill, a St. Louis suburb that sits along Manchester Road, saw the city council table an ordinance which added changes to their existing backyard chicken ordinance. They tabled it because too many chicken owners were at the meeting and unhappy with the proposed changes.
The changes included allowing up to six chickens for personal use, a 30 dollar permit fee, limitations on size and location of coops and pens, and inspections every 3 years. The issue which bothered residents the most was the coop issue.
Chickens are everywhere.