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Please visit HERE to access the Wadsworth Code of Ordinances.
No, having chickens in the residential area within the city limits is not allowed. § 90.19 of the Codified Ordinance of the City of Wadsworth states that "no person shall keep, maintain or have in his possession or under his control within the city any cattle, chickens, donkeys, ducks, goats, horses, mules, pigeons, ponies, sheep, swine or turkeys." More information can be viewed HERE.
Per the City's policy:
Trick or Treat will take place from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., regardless of the day or date.
The city has an ordinance that prohibits dogs from running at large. § 90.01 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Wadsworth states that "a person who is the owner or has charge of any animal shall not permit it to run at large in the public road, highway, street, lane, or alley, or upon unenclosed land, or permit them to go upon any private yard, lot, or enclosure without the consent of the owner of the yard, lot, or enclosure."
Dogs need to be secured on owner’s property. § 90.39 of the Codified Ordinance of the City of Wadsworth states that "dogs located on the property of the owner, keeper or harborer thereof shall be leashed, tied or otherwise secured in such a manner or form so that such dogs will not attack, annoy, bite or worry any mailman, milkman, paper boy, or other invitee or licensee entering such property."
The homeowner is responsible for the maintenance and replacement of their water service to the city's shut off. This connection is called the curb valve and is normally found in the tree lawn area of each building. It is recognizable by a black round metal disc with the word water across the top. The city will make repairs to the service on the "street side of this connection".