C. 5. Livestock and Poultry

No animals, livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on any portion of the premises affected by these covenants, except that dogs, cats or other household pets may be kept on the premises of the owner, provided that they are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose, and except that horses may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads.**

Guidelines: The definition of livestock and poultry includes, but is not limited to, such animals as: chickens, ducks, geese, peafowl, pigs, goats, sheep, cows, llamas, big cats (genus panthera or similar) donkeys, and horses. These animals (except horses as specifically allowed in designated areas listed in amendments to section C 5) are not permitted to be kept in Mirrormont for any reason.

Household pets are permitted and are expected to be kept in a manner that does not disturb neighbors. King County rules are expected to be followed regarding the number of animals on a property, licensing, kennels, leashing, etc. Animals must be kept on the owner’s premises or be controlled by leash or voice command at all times. Outdoor kennels for breeding or boarding of animals is not allowed. Small structures such as dog houses or runs are to be located so that they are not visible from adjoining properties or from the street, and so that they do not impact the natural wooded buffer areas.

** C 5. varies with regard to keeping horses only-Amendments to section C 5:

For Division 1: horses may be kept in the area designated for stables and may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads or temporarily kept during daylight hours on the owner’s premises.

For Division 2: horses may be kept on Tracts A and B and may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads or temporarily kept during daylight hours on the owner’s premises.

For Division 3, part 1: horses may be kept and may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads.

For Division 3, part 2: horses may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads.

For Division 4: horses may be kept on lots 1 through 24 and may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads.

For Division 5: horses may be kept on lots 131 through 156 and may be ridden on designated bridle trails or roads

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