Unless located in agricultural zone, neighborhood conservation zone, or if you are a person holding a valid pet fancier’s permit Centennial residents are allowed to own, or have custody of, a maximum of:
- Four regulated pets of more than four months of age; and
- Six chickens, provided that chickens must be contained in a covered enclosure between dusk and dawn.
Regulated pets include dogs and cats. Non-regulated pets are animals that are typically kept indoors in a cage or container. Examples of non-regulated pets are chinchillas, domestic rabbits, mice, rats, gerbils, ferrets, hedgehogs, sugar gliders, canaries, finches, starlings, doves, domesticated parrots, aquarium fish, nonpoisonous amphibians, nonvenomous invertebrates and turtles of a species and size which is permissible under state law.
A pet fancier’s permit can be completed in writing and approved by Animal Services.