The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
Fence means any wall or structure more than 12 inches in height, erected or maintained for the purposes of enclosing, screening, restricting access to or decorating the surrounding lot, parcel, building or structures.
Subdivision fence means a fence located adjacent to a public right-of-way constructed of the same materials with substantially the same continuous design that has been installed as an architectural feature, screening device, or sound barrier across the front yard, rear yard and/or side yard of four or more adjacent lots, with breaks in the fence only at intersections with public rights-of-way, utility, drainage or pipeline easements, or creeks, streams, and/or other water ways.
(Code 1969, § 8-35; Ord. No. 3002, § 2, 10-21-2008)
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