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Maryland fencing regulations you'll want to know about!

Do you live in Maryland and have been thinking about installing a fence in one of the counties we service, but aren’t aware of their local fencing regulations? Well here they are!

Anne Arundel County:

If you have a corner lot, waterfront or you are having a pool installed you are required to have a county permit. For all other applications, if the fence is 6’ or under in height, you are not required to have a permit. If the fence is higher than 6′ tall, a permit is required. If you live in the Annapolis city limits you are required to have a permit.

Baltimore County:

If you are having a pool installed, a permit is required and must meet county pool code regulations. If the fence is 42″ high or less, a permit is not required. For anything taller than 42″, you are required to have a permit.

Carroll County:

A permit is not required if the fence is 6′ in height or less. If the fence is over 6′ in height or if you are having a pool installed, you will need a county permit. If you are in the town of Mt-Airy, you need a permit from the city of Mt-Airy.

P.G. County:

A permit is required if the fence is over 4′ tall, and if you live in the city of Bowie, you are required to have a city of Bowie permit as well. All pools require a 6′ tall fence.

Montgomery County:

A permit is required if the fence is over 4′ tall. All pools require a 5′ tall fence.

Howard County:

A permit is required if the fence is over 6′ tall. All pools require a 4′ tall fence.

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