The City of Auburn will hold another public hearing regarding its livestock ordinance Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers.
On March 15, the city held an initial public hearing about allowing chickens as pets.
Planning and zoning used responses from community members that argued for and against the issue at the hearing, as well as survey results it encouraged residents to fill out.
Seventy-eight percent of those that took the survey stated they had no problem with allow people to own chickens.
On March 17, planning and zoning recommended to the city council at its monthly workshop meeting that it oppose changing the ordinance to allow chickens as pets.