Although the subject of fence color is not directly or even indirectly addressed in the CC&Rs, it has been the source of several conflicts between homeowners and the Board of Directors. This is what the CC&Rs has to say about fences.
No fence or wall shall be built or maintained forward of the front wall line, nor any hedge planted or maintained forward of the front setback line, of the main structure, not including decorative walls or fences which are part of the architectural design of the main structure, and which are not to be built or maintained nearer than the building setback line of any lot unless otherwise approved in writing by the ACC. All fences of walls located on his respective lots to be maintained at owner's expense. All fences shall be all wood composed of one inch by four (1" X 4"), six feet (6') tall, notched, vertical cedar planks, without gaps between planks, unless approved in writing by the ACC. An exception shall be made in case of retaining walls.
The ACC is empowered to waive the aforesaid composition requirements for fences and the aforesaid height or setback limitation in connection with retaining walls and decorative walls if, in its sole discretion, such waiver is advisable in order to accommodate a unique, attractive or advanced building concept, design or material, and the resulting fence, decorative wall and/or retaining wall (whichever is applicable) will not detract from the general appearance of the neighborhood.
No fence, wall or hedge or shrub planting which obstructs sight lines shall be placed or permitted to remain on any corner lot within the triangular area as formed by the extension of curb lines and a line connecting them at points twenty-five feet (25') from the intersection of the curb lines into the street, or in the case of a rounded property corner, from the intersection of three and one-half feet (3-1/2') tall shall be allowed in this inscribed triangle. No tree shall be permitted to remain within such distances of such intersections unless the foliage line is maintained at sufficient height to prevent obstruction of such sight lines.