§ 150.33  PLACEMENT.
   (A)   Fences shall be built on property lines to avoid conflicts between property owners. In the event that there is a dispute between property owners of the location of a property line, it shall be the responsibility of the property owners to resolve the conflict without intervention by the city.
   (B)   Any fence built in or across utility easements shall remain the responsibility of the property owner. In the event that the fence is constructed on an easement and the fence is subsequently damaged or destroyed through the exercise of the rights of the owner of the easement, the repair or replacement of the fence shall be the sole responsibility of the property owner.
   (C)   On premises five acres or larger in size, fences may not be greater than five feet in height. Otherwise, fences and gates built in the front yard within the 25-foot building setback, where permitted, shall not exceed four feet in height and must be constructed of chain link, wrought iron, or other semitransparent materials as approved by the Building Official.
   (D)   Fences built on a side yard shall be placed on the property line.
      (1)   Fences built on a side yard facing a public street may be placed on the property line. When the side yard is adjacent to the adjoining property's front yard, the side yard fences may not exceed four feet in height unless they are set back to the adjoining properties front yard setback line.
      (2)   Any fence in the rear yard of lots that contain a 25-foot building setback in the rear portion of the lot shall not exceed four feet in height.
(Ord. 87-20, passed 5-26-87; Am. Ord. 88-07, passed 3-8-88; Am. Ord. 94-07, passed 6-14-94; Am. Ord. 2004-27, passed 8-10-04; Am. Ord. 2020-08, passed 4-14-20)  Penalty, see § 150.99