At the request of the Loveland City Council, the Planning office has researched and is preparing amendments to the Municipal Code that would allow, with limitations, residents to keep a pot-bellied pig or 2 pygmy goats. Current Planning staff consulted with the Larimer Humane Society and Colorado State University on the allowance of pygmy goats and pot-bellied pigs within urban settings. The CSU extension recommendations focused mostly on nuisances, public health, environmental care and animal welfare. A public hearing with Planning Commission is scheduled for October 14, 2019. The City Council meeting to consider adoption of the code changes will be scheduled following the Planning Commission review.