(A)   General. Nothing herein shall be construed so as to permit construction within a public or private easement in which it is prohibited.
(2004 Code, § 7-600)
   (B)   Residential fences, walls and fences. All fences and said walls shall be of sound construction and shall not detract from the surrounding area and shall be governed by the following standards.
      (1)   No barbed wire, spire tips, sharp objects or electrically charged fences shall be erected in any residential area.
      (2)   When used to enclose a patio, swimming pool, garden supply or tool compound, or similar living, recreational or storage areas, the facility and the fences, walls and hedges surrounding it shall be considered an accessory structure.
      (3)   (a)   Unless otherwise permitted by the Board of Zoning Appeals under the provisions of §§ 156.095 through 156.104 of this chapter, fences, walls or hedges in the front yard of any lot or in the side yard along a flanking street of a corner lot shall not exceed 42 inches in height.
         (b)   In the rear and side yards, not along a flanking street, fences, walls or hedges shall not exceed 72 inches.
      (4)   (a)   Fences, walls or hedges may be erected, placed or maintained on lot lines; provided that, placement of a fence, wall or hedge shall not interfere with provisions contained in granted easements for the lot on which they are to be located.
         (b)   Fences, walls and hedges shall not shield the driveway entrances in such a way as to obstruct the view of a driver entering a public road from the driveway.
(2004 Code, § 7-601)
   (C)   Non-residential fences, walls and hedges. All fences and walls shall be of sound construction and shall not detract from the surrounding area. All non-residential uses shall comply with the requirements for fences, walls and hedges as set out in the district regulations in which the non-residential use is located.
(2004 Code, § 7-602)