Can I have horses on my property?

For unincorporated areas, keeping of horses on a parcel, not less than 2.00 acres in area, and not less than two hundred (200) feet in width provided buildings or structures for their shelter shall be located not less than one hundred (100) feet from a right-of-way line adjoining a street and fifty (50) from an interior side or rear lot line. There shall be no more than one horse per acre. See Section 121-281 of the Ordinance.

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3. Who should I contact if my property is located within a municipality?
4. What are the building setback requirements for my property?
5. What are the setbacks for accessory structures?
6. Can I have horses on my property?
7. What are the driveway spacing requirements?
8. What are the fees associated with a Rezoning, Variance, Special Use Permit, or Farmstead Exemption?
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