Fence Regulations San Dimas, CA

Municipal Code Summary

Perimeter fencing, along lot lines, shall be open in style and consistent in material and height throughout the entire project area. Fencing within the building footprint area may be solid, if composed of decorative masonry material, as approved by the development plan review board. The maximum height of solid fences or walls in the required front yard setback shall be forty-two inches. The maximum fence height in all other areas shall be six feet, unless a taller fence or wall is approved by the director of community development as a method of protecting the health, safety or welfare of the residents. Installation and Maintenance. Necessary walls, such as retaining walls, shall be installed by the developer prior to the occupancy of any dwelling unit. Decorative and privacy fencing shall be installed in conjunction with the landscaping and irrigation system. Fencing and walls shall be maintained by the property owner to prevent deterioration, hazards or degrading of local property values.

San Dimas Neighborhoods: Allen Avenue, Baseline, Canterbury Lane, Country Oak/Amelia, Covina/Cienega, Gladstone, Hillview, Longhorn Rodeo, North Walnut Creek, Oakcrest, Old Town, Rancho Park Estates, Veteran’s Park, Via Verde, Woodland Oaks

San Dimas Municipal Code


245 East Bonita Avenue
San Dimas, CA 91773



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