How high can a fence be on my property?

You can have a 6-foot high fence along the sides and rear of your property up to the front setback line. Along the sides and front of your property within the front setback you may have a fence 48 inches high if it is 50% open. You must also maintain vision clearance along the street and not create a traffic hazard with fences. If your house is located within the required front setback, an exception may be made to these rules. Please talk to the Planner at 719-276-5294 for more information and refer to Chapter 17.20.080 of the Zoning Regulations.

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1. How high can a fence be on my property?
2. Can I have two single family homes on my property?
3. Can I have a barbed wire or electric fence on my property?
4. What is the policy concerning outdoor food vending at a particular location?
5. Am I allowed to have accessory buildings on my property?
6. What uses are permitted on my property?
7. How close to my property lines may I build a house, shed or garage?