1.   Height.
a.   In a Residential or Agricultural Zoning District no wall or fence shall exceed six (6) feet in height, except that fences in required front yards shall not exceed five (5) feet in height.
b.   In a commercial or industrial Zoning District no wall or fence shall exceed eight (8) feet in height. When a fence in a commercial or industrial zoning district abuts a residential zoning district, the wall or fence in the commercial or industrial zoning district shall be set back ten (10) feet from the property boundary and landscaped in accordance with the requirements set forth in Section 4.26 Landscape Requirements. The finished side of the fence and the required landscaping shall face the residentially zoned property.
2.   Visibility. In no case shall a fence or wall be designed or constructed so as to interfere with visibility for traffic safety.
3.   Materials and design. Fences and walls in all Zoning districts shall be constructed of wood, woven wire, masonry, iron, steel, or other materials of conventional design.
4.   Electrical fences. Electrical fences shall be allowed only in those zoning districts where the keeping of livestock is allowed and shall be clearly posted on all property corners and no more than 200 feet apart on all lot lines where such fences are erected.
5.   Swimming pools. Any swimming pool that is eighteen (18) inches or more in depth and eight (8) feet or more in width or diameter at any point and is intended for swimming shall be fenced or enclosed as required by and in compliance with A.R.S. § 36-1681 and the most recently adopted International Residential Code (IRC) that regulates fencing for pools, spas, and similar facilities or structures.
6.   Non-conforming fences and walls. Any fence built and approved by the Town prior to December 12, 2013 and not in conformance with this section shall be considered a legal non-conforming fence and shall be subject to the regulations set forth in Section 4.2 Non-conforming Uses and structures.
(Ord. 06-678, passed 11-9-2006; Ord. 13-776, passed 11-12-2013)