Article III, Section 304.A.7
Use A-7: Fences and Walls: Any artificially constructed barrier or structure of any material or combination of materials, erected to enclose or screen areas of land located within the yard requirement of the zoning district:
a. No fence or wall shall be erected along or within any of the yards required by this chapter which shall exceed a height of 8 feet in industrial districts, except where required for uses D-2 (Quarrying Operation ) and D-3 (Solid Waste).
b. A fence or wall erected in any other zoning district shall not exceed 4 feet in the front restricted yard area or 6 feet in the side or rear restricted yard areas (excepting a retaining wall or the wall of a building permitted under the terms of this chapter), unless a special exception is granted by the Zoning Hearing Board.
c. A fence or wall may not be erected in, or interfere with, the sight triangle for vehicular traffic.
d. A fence may not be erected within a floodplain area, swale, or other watercourse system that impedes the flow of stormwater from the site or that of an adjoining property.
Note: There are no set-back requirements for fences, however, the fence should not be installed directly on the property line.