What is this service?
Standards for fencing and screening are established to protect certain uses from intrusion, to protect the public from uses that may be hazardous, and to increase compatibility between different land uses by visual screening. Fencing is the enclosure of an area by the materials identified in the following ordinances. Screening is the enclosure of an area by a visual barrier, which may include open or solid fencing, as specified in the following ordinances chapters.
Typical height limits and setback requirements, along with the definition of open and solid fencing and screening, can be found in the following chapters of the Inland and Coastal Zone Land Use Ordinances: