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Learn more about Pasco County codes and ordinances that might affect your fence

If you are building a fence on your property, you want to make sure that it adheres to the local ordinances in the county where you are located. In Pasco County, there are several that you should be aware of, and the county helpfully compiles a list of the codes and ordinances that are most commonly relevant to residents.

Like Pinellas County, Pasco County has requirements for residential properties and nonresidential properties but doesn’t make further distinctions beyond nonresidential properties. There are also additional requirements specifically for waterfront properties.

For residential properties, only certain materials are permitted for fence construction – corrugated metal, sheet aluminum, barbed wire, or similar materials are permitted. There are no material restrictions for nonresidential properties.

Pasco County also requires property owners to keep their fences in good condition. “Each gate, fence, or wall erected shall be of uniform construction and appearance, and shall be erected and maintained in good repair so as to not pose a hazard or eyesore.” Additionally, if half or more of a gate or fence is damaged, removed, or destroyed, then the remaining structure is required to be removed. A FloriFence representative can be on site with you quickly to assess your fence and determine if it needs maintenance or replacement.

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