In general, the maximum height for a Colorado Springs fence, built without a permit, is six feet.
Any fence that is over six feet in height is considered a structure and requires a site plan, engineered drawing, and approval from both Development Services as well as the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department.
Does the maximum height for my Colorado Springs fence change if I live near a road or intersection?
Yes. Colorado Springs requires that fences built along roads or intersections adhere to Sight Visibility Regulations. The height and distance of your fence can be affected based on the relation of your driveway and the speed limit of the road you intend to build the fence along. It is best to consult a Colorado Springs fencing company to estimate and help plan your fence project to ensure it is build within Colorado Springs fence regulations. Blicks Fencing has been building fences in Colorado for years. Each member of our team has over 15 years experience. You can rest assured when you work with us that your fence will be built well and built right.
Will an HOA affect the maximum height for my Colorado Springs fence?
Yes. Most HOAs will have their own regulations for fence height and even fence style or material. It is important to read your HOA regulations carefully or speak with an HOA representative before planning or constructing any new fencing on your property. Blicks Fencing can help you understand what regulations you will need to follow and help you choose the best fence option for you, based on your requirements for your area.