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Any person, firm, corporation, partnership, association of persons, owner, agent, occupant, or anyone having supervision or control of any lot, tract, parcel of land or portion thereof, occupied or unoccupied, improved or unimproved, within the City limits shall:

  1. maintain a fence so that it is not out of vertical alignment more than one foot from the vertical, measured at the top of the fence, for a fence over four feet high, or more than six inches from the vertical, measured at the top of the fence, for a fence not more than four feet high, except that this provision does not apply to a masonry wall unless the wall encloses:
    1. multi-tenant property; or
    2. single-family or duplex property where the wall is not shared with another property;
  2. repair or replace rotted, fire damaged, or broken wooden slats and support posts;
  3. repair or replace broken or bent metal posts and torn, cut, bent, or ripped metal fencing materials; and
  4. repair or replace loose bricks, stones, rocks, mortar, and similar materials on any masonry wall that encloses:
    1. multi-tenant property; or
    2. single-family or duplex property where the wall is not shared with another property.

Run-down fence
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New fence
After