Your pet goat may not graze on city grass

someone arrest that goat, I saw him eat that sidewalk grass

5-4-7 Grazing on Public Property.

No person shall knowingly cause or permit any domesticated animal that such person owns, possesses, or controls, including, without limitation, cows, goats, llamas, burros, mules, horses, pigs, or sheep, to graze, pasture, or run at large or to be driven or herded within any property belonging to the city or under the possession and control of the city, except pursuant to a written permit from the city manager.

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    • Since Colorado is a fence-out state, this isn’t a stupid law. However, if the City of Boulder has property bordering open grazing lands, imho they should put a fence around it.

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      deborah

      January 26, 2010

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