• Section 5.11  Fences and Walls.
   A.   Residential Through and Interior Lots. A fence or wall not more than six (6) feet in height may be constructed in a required rear or side yard, and a fence or wall not more than thirty-six (36) inches in height may be constructed in the required front yard (e.g. along the property line). For buildings existing within the required front setback, the thirty-six (36) inch height restriction shall be in line with the adjacent house farthest from the front property line. However, the posts or columns associated with a thirty-six (36) inch fence may be forty-eight (48) inches tall.
   B.   Residential Corner Lots. A fence or wall shall be subject to the height requirements of Section 5.06, which details the clear space requirements for visibility at the intersection. Additionally, a fence or wall located within the addressed side of the front yard and outside of the clear space may be not more than thirty-six (36) inches in height while along the nonaddressed required front yard the fence or wall may be forty-eight (48) inches in height. For buildings existing within the required front setback, the height restrictions shall be in line with the adjacent house farthest from the front property line. Fences along the rear yard may be six (6) feet in height as noted for residential through and interior lots.
   C.   Nonresidential Lots. A fence or wall not more than six (6) feet in height may be constructed in a required rear or side yard, except as permitted elsewhere in this Chapter. For buildings existing within the required front setback, the height restrictions shall be in line with the front line of the existing building.
   D.   Exceptions. Municipal or other governmental uses are exempt from the fence and wall restrictions.