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Fence Guidelines

These are summary guidelines for fences.  Please see FSR CCRs for full language. 


***The short answer is fence must be made of cedar facing the street and must not be stained or painted without ACC approval.***  


Please submit an Architectural Control Committee (ACC) request for any new fences.  This decision was made in order to ensure fences are constructed per the CCRs.  


Any new fences constructed not meeting these guidelines without an ACC approval may receive a violation notice from the HOA for the fence to be replaced at owner's expense.


Fences shall be constructed of one of the following:

  1. Cedar (or spruce if not facing a street) wood slats not to exceed six inches in width.
  2. All masonry which matches the house.
  3. A combination of simple wrought iron bars and matching masonry.
  4. A combination of masonry and cedar (or spruce if not facing a street) not to exceed six inches in width.

All wood fences which face the street, such as "wing walls" which are fences which extend from the side of the house to the side lot line and side fences on corner lots, shall be constructed of cedar.  Fences not facing any street may be constructed of spruce.  Pine fences are not allowed by FSR CCRs.


All fences shall be not more than 6 feet tall, vertical cedar or spruce planks, without gaps between planks, with the tops either level or notched "dog-ear" style. 


All wooden fences visible from a street shall be constructed with fence boards facing the street and without any framing visible from the street.


Fences along Finesilver road shall be capped with horizontal cedar boards with lap boards that meet, not "dog ear" style. 


Fence stain or paint require ACC request and approval.