Urban Chicken Laws in Washington

Here are the chicken laws for cities throughout Washington state. This list has a few entries originally compiled by TheCityChicken.com and we have gone through and made our own additions and edits from reader submissions during the past few years

Do you know city or county rules that aren’t completed here? Let us know and help out your fellow homesteaders!

By City:

AberdeenNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Airway Heights – From our reader Aspen on 4/17/2014:

No chickens/poultry allowed in Airway Heights, WA currently

AlgonaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

AnacortesNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ArlingtonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

AsotinNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

AuburnNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Bainbridge IslandNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Battle Ground, WA – No restrictions on poultry or game birds, and roosters are allowed.

BellevueNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Bellingham – From our reader Kaisha on 6/07/2013:

“Hens and roosters allowed. No limit on poultry quantity. Chickens must have an enclosed area, must be 50 ft from a residence, and must not create a nuisance.”

Benton CityNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

BingenNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Black DiamondNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

BlaineNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Bonney LakeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Bothell, WA – From a reader:

You may own 3 or less fowl. Must keep coop 20 ft. from your own property line. If your neighbors say it’s okay, you may place chickens closer to your shared property line.

BremertonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

BrewsterNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

BridgeportNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

BrierNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

BuckleyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Burien – From a reader:

Up to 4 hens are allowed.

BurlingtonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Camas, WA – From a reader:

The city code doesn’t appear to explicitly outlaw chickens, but it just says you can’t keep any animal that becomes a “public nuisance.” And nuisance is defined there as “…annoying noise or odor, causing detriment to the health, safety and welfare of neighboring persons and properties…kept in such manner as to be nauseous, foul or offensive.”

CarnationNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Cashmere – From our reader Jason:

http://www.codepublishing.com/WA/Cashmere/html/Cashmere17/Cashmere1758.html#17.58.085

c. Twelve poultry per acre. Poultry may include any combination of chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits and similar type animals, except poultry under three months of age are exempt from this requirement;”

Castle RockNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

CentraliaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ChehalisNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ChelanNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

CheneyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ChewelahNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ClarkstonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Cle ElumNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Clyde HillNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ColfaxNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

College PlaceNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ColvilleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ConnellNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

CosmopolisNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

CovingtonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

DavenportNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

DaytonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Deer ParkNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Des MoinesNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

DuPontNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

DuvallNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

East WenatcheeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

EdgewoodNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Edmonds, WA – From a reader:

As of November 15, 2009, up to three hens (no roosters) may be kept per single family lot.

Electric CityNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

EllensburgNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ElmaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

EntiatNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

EnumclawNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

EphrataNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Everett, WA – From a reader:

No roosters. Five hens allowed without a permit. If you want more than five, you must get a facility license permit from Animal Services. This requires inspection of your facilities/property. Chickens must be kept enclosed.

EversonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Federal WayNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

FerndaleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

FifeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

FircrestNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ForksNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

GeorgeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Gig Harbor, WA – From a reader:

No regulations for animals except bees.

Gold BarNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

GoldendaleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Grand CouleeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

GrandviewNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

GrangerNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Granite FallsNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

HarringtonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

HoquiamNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

IlwacoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

IssaquahNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

KahlotusNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

KalamaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

KelsoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

KenmoreNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Kennewick –  From our reader Bryan on 3/06/2014:

You can have 3 hens and no roosters in Kennewick city. same in pasco wa.

KentNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Kettle FallsNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

KirklandNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

KittitasNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

La Center, WA – From a reader:

Having a few chickens is neither specifically permitted nor prohibited under La Center current code. Conform to nuisance and health rules.

LaceyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Lake Forest ParkNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Lake StevensNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

LakewoodNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

LangleyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

LeavenworthNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Liberty LakeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Long BeachNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

LongviewNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

LyndenNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Lynnwood, WA – From a reader:

An accessory building for the housing of small animals or fowl shall not exceed 36 square feet in floor area when located on a residential lot and neither the building nor the fenced area for roaming shall be closer than 25 feet to a property line.

MabtonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Maple ValleyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MarysvilleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MattawaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

McClearyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Medical LakeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MedinaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Mercer IslandNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MesaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Mill Creek, WA – From a reader:

If you want to keep chickens, the square footage of your lot must be 7,500 sq. ft. Up to six hens allowed. Roosters illegal. thoroughfare.

MillwoodNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MiltonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MonroeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MontesanoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MortonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Moses Lake – Per our reader Christina on 8/21/2013:

There are “no chickens allowed in city limits.”

MossyrockNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Mount VernonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Mountlake TerraceNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MoxeeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

MukilteoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

NapavineNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

NewcastleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

NewportNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

NooksackNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Normandy ParkNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

North BendNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

North BonnevilleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Oak Harbor – From our reader Cassandra on 5/09/2014:

“I live outside Oak Harbor city limits (which means I am unincorporated Island county?) and as of spring 2013 city regulations allow up to 6 hens, no roosters. I believe this includes ducks, but I haven’t read the actual law.”

OakvilleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Ocean Shores – From our reader Kelsey on 6/10/2014:

“6.04.105 Livestock and/or poultry prohibited. No livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept within the corporate limits of the city, and any such animal shall be immediately and permanently impounded. (Ord. 802 § 1 (part), 2006: Ord. 536 § 2 (part), 1992)”

OkanoganNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Olympia, WA – From a reader:

Up to 3 birds, hens are considered, roosters prohibited.

Omak – From our reader Devin:

6.04.040 Keeping of chickens and rabbits.
(a) The intent of this section is to provide for and establish standards for the keeping of chickens and rabbits in a manner which will not endanger the health, peace and safety of the citizens of the city and which will assure that chickens and rabbits are kept in a clean and sanitary condition and not subjected to suffering, cruelty or abuse.

(b) Chickens and rabbits are permitted to be kept and maintained only within residentially zoned properties as accessory uses, in accordance with the applicable city regulations pertaining to animals, and subject to the following requirements\

(1) No more than four chickens are allowed at each single-family dwelling.

(2) Male chickens over four months of age are not allowed.

(3) No more than one rabbit is allowed at each single-family dwelling.

(4) Chickens and rabbits shall be kept in a well ventilated, enclosed coop constructed to protect the animals against varying weather conditions and predators. The coop shall have an attached, enclosed run. The coop and run combined shall provide a minimum of ten square feet of ground space per chicken or rabbit.

(5) All coops and runs shall be located within a side or rear yard only. Coops shall be at least twenty-five feet from any neighboring dwelling and ten feet from any property line. No portion of any run shall be within ten feet of any property line unless the property line abuts an alley.


(6) All coops and runs shall be kept in a neat, sanitary, dust-free condition and must be cleaned on a regular basis so as to prevent offensive odors.

(7) At no time shall the chicken or rabbit be allowed to run at large.

(c) Guinea hens, geese, ducks, and other game species are not allowed to be kept or maintained within the city limits. (Ord. 1689 § 2, 2010).

http://codepublishing.com/WA/Omak/#!/Omak06/Omak0604.html#6.04

OrovilleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

OrtingNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

OthelloNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PacificNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PalouseNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Pasco – From our reader Bryan on 3/06/2014:

You can have 3 hens and no roosters in Kennewick city. same in pasco wa.

PaterosNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PomeroyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Port AngelesNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Port OrchardNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Port TownsendNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PoulsboNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PrescottNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ProsserNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PullmanNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

PuyallupNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

QuincyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RainierNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RaymondNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RedmondNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RentonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RepublicNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Richland. WA – From a reader:

Each dwelling unit and the accompanying lot or common area is limited to five (5) household pets. (chickens are considered household pets). “Household Pets” means any dogs, cats, rabbits, ducks, geese, pigeons, chickens or other similar animals over the age of six (6) months.

Ridgefield – From our reader Greg on 06/09/2013:

“7.04.052 – Regulations and violations relating to livestock. It is unlawful for any person owning or having in his or her possession, care or control any cow, cattle or livestock to permit or suffer the same to run at large, or to be so tethered or pastured that the same can graze or go upon any street, sidewalk or public way within city limits. It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to permit or allow any poultry, fowl or other birds to run at large within the city. It is unlawful to house any poultry or livestock other than normal household pets within one hundred feet of any residence. Up to five hen chickens are considered normal household pets. It is unlawful for poultry to make unreasonably loud and raucous noise, or for odor emanating from the rearing of poultry to be perceptible at the property boundaries. Poultry shall be housed a minimum of forty feet from the front property line.”

RitzvilleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Rock IslandNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RoslynNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RoyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Royal CityNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

RustonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Sammamish – From our reader Pat:

Are Chickens Allowed in this Location   Yes

Max Chickens Allowed    3 if less than half acre site

Roosters Allowed        Yes

Permit Required No

Coop Restrictions       10 feet to property line

City/Organization Contact name  City of Sammamish 801 228th Ave SE
Sammamish, WA 98075 Phone: (425) 295-0500

Additional Information:
 21A.65.020 Animal regulations – Small animals. The raising, keeping, breeding, or fee boarding of small animals is subject to Chapter 11.04 KCC as adopted by Chapter 11.05 SMC, Animal Control, and the following requirements…(5) Small animals and household pets kept as an accessory use outside the dwelling shall be raised, kept or bred only as an accessory use on the premises of the owner, or in a kennel or cattery approved through the conditional use permit process, subject to the following limitations…(b) Small animals other than birds shall be kept according to the following standards: (i) The minimum site area shall be one-half acre if more than three small animals are being kept. (ii) All animals shall be confined within a
building, pen, aviary or similar structure. (iii) Any covered structure used to house or contain such animals shall maintain a distance of not less than 10 feet to any property line, except structures used to house mink and fox shall be a distance of not less than 150 feet. (iv) Poultry, chicken, squab, and rabbits are limited
to a maximum of one animal per one square foot of structure used to house such animals, up to a maximum of 2,000 square feet. 

Link for more Information       http://www.codepublishing.com/wa/sammamish/ 

Information Last Updated        2012-09-21

Seatac, WA - From a reader:

Up to five chickens (including roosters) on any sized lot. The total number of chickens allowed will be reduced by the number of other animals (including cats and dogs) on the property.

Seattle, WA – From a reader:

Major update from Nov. 2010 for chickens in Seattle: Up to eight domestic fowl may be kept on any lot. Roosters are not permitted. Hen house must be located at least 10 feet away from any residential structure on an adjacent lot.

Sedro-Woolley, WA – From a reader:

It is unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to maintain any stable, pen, lot, place, or premises in which any horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, mink, fox, chinchilla, or any other animals, or in which any chickens, ducks, or other fowl or poultry may be confined or kept in such manner as to be nauseous, foul, or offensive to any community, neighbor, family, or person, or to allow such animals to roam at large within the city limits. (Ord. 828 § 4, 1976)

Selah – From our reader Ron on 9/28/2014:

“Selah’s website has meeting minutes from 2005 with the Mayor stating that up to 4 chickens are allowed, but roosters are not. Goats are also prohibited. http://www.selahwa.gov/council/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2014/06/may_24_2005.pdf

Sequim – No information yet – please let us  know if you know what the rules are!

Shelton – From our reader Molly on 05/15/2013:

“Shelton, WA city limits…. Up to 5 chickens, NO roosters and cannot be able to get out into the neighborhood. Must keep sanitary as well. Information from the person to talk to at the city.”

Shoreline – From our reader Kimo on 9/3/2013:

“Roosters are allowed, noise complaints are not.

There is no max number of chickens, but you must have at least 2′ sq. per chicken, and your coop can not have more than 2000′ sq. in total. So I guess really, 1000 chickens, but it’s not stated as such.

You must have the coop 10′ off property lines, and 20′ away from residences (neighbors, not your own). If your coop is larger than 200′ sq. or taller than 10′, you may need additional setback.”

Snohomish – From our reader Daniel on 03/14/2013:

No roosters allowed period inside city limits. the rest goes by lot size in sq footage: 5,000-24,999 5 hens. 1 additional hen for each 5,000 sq ft over the 20,000. all animals kept outside shall be cooped or kept in hutches, pens or appropriate structures that have a min setback from property lines of 10′. ” Code can be found at http://www.ci.snohomish.wa.us/code/07-04Animals.PDF.

SnoqualmieNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Soap Lake – From our reader Anna on 04/17/2013:

“Soap Lake now allows 4 chickens. Must buy license – $10 per year (not per chicken) and a one time permit fee of $50 is required for coop plan review and inspection.”

South BendNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

SpangleNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Spokane, WA – From a reader:

Up to three chickens allowed.. Can have up to three animals total.

Spokane ValleyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

SpragueNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

StanwoodNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

StevensonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Sultan – Our reader Jen said she got this information from someone at city hall around 03/20/2014:

“They are allowed subject to the “reasonable man test”. If the neighbors complain about noise, smell, etc. owners of chickens can expect a call from our code enforcement officer. As long as things are calm in the neighborhood, all is well.”

SumasNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

SumnerNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

SunnysideNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Tacoma, WA – From a reader:

Livestock allowed in the city

TekoaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

TeninoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

TietonNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

ToledoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Tonasket – From our reader Mary on 8/20/3014:

6.08.010 Keeping domestic fowl or livestock within city limits declared nuisance.

The keeping of chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese or other domestic fowl, and the keeping of horses, cattle, swine or other domestic livestock within the corporate limits of the city is declared to be a public nuisance. (Ord. 98 § 1, 1950).

6.08.020 Keeping domestic fowl or livestock declared unlawful. It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to keep such domestic fowl or livestock, including chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, horses, cattle, swine or other domestic fowl or livestock within
corporate limits of the city from and after October 1, 1950. (Ord. 98 § 2, 1950).

6.08.030 Running at large prohibited within Tonasket Municipal Airport.
A. It is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation owning, or having control of, or keeping any domestic animal to allow the same to run at large within the corporate limits of the Tonasket Municipal Airport property.

B. Any person, firm, or corporation found guilty of violating the provisions of this section shall be subject to the penalties set forth in Chapter 1.08 TMC. (Ord. 524 §§ 1, 2, 1997).

6.08.040 Exceptions.
This chapter does not apply to domestic rabbits, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, gerbils, birds or other small animals typically kept on private premises as pets; provided, that such animals shall not be allowed to run at large in the city, and shall be subject to the same
limitation in numbers and permitting as set forth for catteries and dog kennels in TMC 6.04.060. (Ord. 639 § 1, 2006)”

ToppenishNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

TukwilaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

TumwaterNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Union GapNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

University PlaceNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

VaderNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Vancouver, WA – From a reader:

Chickens are allowed, however roosters and peacocks are not.

WaitsburgNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Walla WallaNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

WapatoNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

WardenNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

WashougalNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

WenatcheeNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

West RichlandNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

WestportNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

White Salmon – From our reader Jack on 02/24/2014:

6.08.025 Chickens, ducks and rabbits permitted under limited circumstances.permanent link to this piece of content Upon issuance of a permit authorized in Section 6.08.040, a resident of the city may maintain chickens, ducks and rabbits as pets for personal food consumption. Any person who maintains a chicken, duck or rabbit within the city subject to permit shall provide shelter for the animal(s) in the event of extreme weather conditions; take precautions to ensure that the allowed farm animal is protected from predators; provide appropriate health care, food and water for the animal(s); ensure that they do not cause damage to the property of neighbors or others; or interfere with anyone’s use or enjoyment of property. No property owner shall maintain in excess of six female chickens or ducks of either sex, or rabbits, or combination thereof. No roosters are permitted.

WinlockNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Woodinville, WA – From a reader:

No restrictions in the code for animals according to the planning department.

WoodlandNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

WoodwayNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Yakima – From our reader Felicity:

4 hens, no roosters. Coop must be 10ft from property line. Chickens don’t need to be confined to a coop, only kept on your property, but poultry at large is a misdemeanor. Chapter 15.04

Yelm – From our reader Denise on 7/29/2014:

“I noticed that you do not have information for the City of Yelm. They do not allow chickens at all. Obviously we need to change this. It is Yelm after all.”

ZillahNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated County Areas:

Unincorporated Adams CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Asotin CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Benton CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Chelan CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Clallam CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Clark CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Columbia CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Cowlitz CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Douglas CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Ferry CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Franklin CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Garfield CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Grant CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Grays Harbor CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Island CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Jefferson CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated King CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Kitsap CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Kittitas CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Klickitat CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Lewis CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Lincoln CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Mason CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Okanogan CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Pacific CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Pend Oreille CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Pierce CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Skagit CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Skamania CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Snohomish CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Spokane CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Stevens CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Thurston CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Walla Walla CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Whatcom CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Whitman CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!

Unincorporated Yakima CountyNo information yet – please let us know if you know what the rules are!