Sec. 9-3.1025.  Fencing.
   (a)   Where determined by the Community Development Director and the City Engineer to be necessary for the public welfare and safety, the subdivider shall construct masonry walls six (6’) feet high, the design of which shall be approved by the Community Development Director.
   (1)   On all lot lines of the subdivision which adjoin drainage channels;
   (2)   Adjacent to all major highway rights-of way, as shown on the Circulation Element or applicable specific plans, which abut or pass through the subdivision;
   (3)   Adjacent to all publicly-owned property; and
   (4)   As required as a condition of approval of the map.
   (b)   If a final map which does not include the entire tentative map area is submitted for approval, all flood control and drainage channels within the tentative map area shall be fenced in accordance with the requirements of subsection (a) of this section with permanent or temporary fencing as approved by the City Engineer.  If a temporary fence is constructed, it shall be replaced with the required permanent fence or wall when the land adjacent to the channel is included within the final map.
   (c)   Ornamental wrought iron, heavy landscaping, or other appropriate fencing, or combinations thereof, as approved by the Community Development Department and Public Works Department may be substituted for the masonry walls otherwise required by subsections (1) and (2) of subsection (a) of this section.
   (d)   All walls and fences required pursuant to this section shall be completed prior to the occupancy of buildings within any portion of the development in close proximity of areas requiring such walls and fences.
(Ord. 744-NS, eff. April 17, 1980)