I'm putting a fence on my property. Do I need a permit?

Harrison Township requires a fence permit.  Fence regulations state that fences in the front yard may be a maximum of 3.5 feet tall, and they must be one foot back from the sidewalk and cannot interfere with visibility along a driveway.  Corner lots are considered to have two front yards.  Fences in rear or side yards may be a maximum height of six feet.  For more information, view Fence RegulationsFence Permit Application.



 

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1. How often am I billed for trash pick up?
2. Does Harrison Township provide trash containers?
3. What methods of payments are accepted for paying my trash bill?
4. Is my trash delayed today due to the holiday?
5. Can I pay my water bill at your location?
6. How do I determine where my property lines are located?
7. Do I need a permit for a garage sale?
8. I'm putting a fence on my property. Do I need a permit?
9. Do I need a permit for a bon fire?
10. Where can I drop off old prescription drugs?
11. Why does the snow plow truck push snow into my driveway apron?
12. Why is my road one of the last roads to be cleared of ice and snow?
13. Who maintains driveway aprons, sidewalks and curbs?
14. Can I put rocks or railroad ties out along the front of property?
15. Where should I place my leaves for pick-up?