Fencing In Our Community
All fence locations and details must be submitted to the Committee for approval prior to construction including details of decorative fences and non-perimeter fences. Once an approved fence or wall has been erected on a side lot line by an owner of the common lot boundary, that approved fence or wall design will be the only approved design to be erected on that common lot line. No double fencing will be allowed on side lot lines. Gates are considered as part of fences and gate details must be submitted for approval. Chain link or wire fences are prohibited. Perimeter fences on lots (not backing to a trail or canal) shall be shadowbox design and constructed of natural (unpainted/unstained) cedar or cypress. All board fences must be six (6′) feet high and must be built on the property line. Four (4′) foot up to six (6′) foot aluminum fences will be allowed on rear lot lines backing to a trail or canal. (See Exhibit “C”).
Steps For Obtaining Fence Approval
- Submit fence plan to Kristi@CPMCNola.com – make a copy of your survey and mark where the fence will be installed.
- Provide a full description of the fence materials, height, etc., include gate details also.
WOOD FENCE – CEDAR OR CYPRESS IS THE ONLY FENCING MATERIAL ALLOWED.
ALUMINUM FENCE EXHIBIT