Any of the following is considered a public nuisance or an animal disturbance:
Lubbock City Ordnance defines public nuisance as the conduct of any owner in allowing an animal to:
To report a disturbance, please have the following information:
- Engage in conduct which establishes such animal as a “dangerous animal”;
- Damage, soil, defile or defecate on private property other than the owner’s or on public property, unless such waste is immediately removed and properly disposed of by the owner of the animal;
- Be “at large” (excluding sterilized and registered cats that are identified by some means of traceable identification);
- Cause a disturbance by excessive barking or noise making near the private residence of another;
- Produce odors or unclean conditions sufficient to offend a person of normal sensibilities standing or which creates a condition conductive to the breeding of flies or other pests;
- Chase vehicles, or molest, attack or interfere with other animals or persons, or is at-large on public or private property; or
- Create a condition that is dangerous to human life or health; renders the ground, the water, the air or the food a hazard or injurious to human life or health or that is offensive to the senses; or that is detrimental to the public health.
- Your contact information
- Location of disturbance
- Type of animal
- Detailed description of disturbance
*Animal disturbances will be investigated within Lubbock city limits.
*Animal Services will respond to each case on a priority basis. Remember, if your animal is causing a disturbance, criminal or civil action can be taken.
Information on Barking
3323 SE Loop 289
Hours of Public Operation
Mon through Fri: 8am – 6pm (adoptions, redemptions, receiving cats, traps)
Saturday: 12pm – 4pm (all site services)
Closed Sundays and Holidays