Now that there’s more daylight and the weather is getting warmer, it’s a good idea to give the coop a thorough clean and disinfect. Replace wooden perches and spray every inch of the coop with a product like Poultry Shield (found on most poultry supply websites and livestock stores).
If you have a permanently situated run, it may look like a mud bath due to the winter weather so it’s good to cordon off areas to allow the grass to grow and recover. Check and repair any damage to the fences or perimeter. If you have a wooden coop it could benefit from a coat of wood stain to maintain your coops weatherproof-ness.