Other residential properties with or without a homeowners association (HOA), such as apartments, Planned Unit Development projects (small-lot single-family, rowhomes, townhomes), and condominiums, can have fence standards specific to their community, typically identified in original design plans or in governing documents, such as Covenance, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s) or Master Plans.
Any new fencing needs to comply with the standards and permitted locations noted in the approved plans or governing documents, as well as meet City standards. Any new fence proposed on a residential property within one of these communities requires a permit from the Planning Division and, depending on height and materials, may require a building permit.
Fencing materials for commercial and industrial properties should be of commercial grade and compatible with the existing building in site. All fencing or walls on a commercial or industrial property, no matter the height or material, require a Planning permit and may require a Building permit.