Planting in utility easement Houzz

What I'd like to do is plant things that will screen the neighbors, quickly if possible, and not be so aggressive that it is a nuisance, and not tall enough to touch the overhead electric lines. That completely rules out trees. The two existing shrubs in our yard in the easement …

Are we able to plant privacy trees over the buried utility

Oct 17, 2017 We have a 4.5 acre farm property on a corner lot, so we have a very long road frontage on two sides. We lose a full acre of useable land on our property due to the two utility easements. We would like to plant trees to provide a privacy screen on the 6-8 foot flat, grassy border between our fence and the drainage ditch.


B. A planting screen easement of at least 10 feet in width and across which there shall be no right of access may be required along the line of lots abutting such a traffic artery or other disadvantageous use. (Ord. 2011-01 1; Ord. 78-32 3.010(5)(c)) 16.12.240 Lot side lines.

Can You Build on a Property or Utility Easement

Aug 16, 2021 View Easements . View easements are less common, but becoming more common as communities become aware of the monetary value of sightlines. A view easement might give your neighbor the right to enjoy a view of the coastline without you blocking the view by building your house up, planting trees, or adding other obstructions.

Trees Planted in The Easement Right or Wrong Blog

May 27, 2014 Unfortunately, planting large trees in small easement spaces that are surrounded by concrete and sidewalks can ultimately mean failure for the tree and damage to surrounding property. Not to mention, trees planted in easements under power lines are destined to be butchered once the branches entangle the lines.

Mark Your Property Lines With Plants The Spruce

Jul 01, 2021 Plants can provide a softer, more natural, and more attractive border between houses than a privacy fence. Before landscaping property lines, always make sure you know precisely where the boundary lies (if unsure, hire a surveyor). While you are at it, research the possible existence of any easements where planting may be restricted.

Easements Prohibiting Interference by the Servient Owner

Easements: Prohibiting Interference by the Servient Owner. The parties to an easement may specify which part of the servient land the dominant tenant may use, how the dominant tenant may use that land, the purposes for which the dominant tenant may use the land, and which land the easement benefits. If the dominant tenant uses the servient land ...

Planting Trees Over Underground Utilities

Jan 10, 2014 Planting Trees Over Underground Utilities. I'm looking to add another shade tree in my front yard to help block out mid-day sun. Unfortunately, there's underground electric/cable/phone lines in the only spot that would work. Researching online, there seems to be a lot of conflicting information about this. FWIW, my neighbor's live oak appears ...

Information for Single Family Homeowners City of Sunrise FL

A pool or hot tub may not be constructed over a utility or drainage easement. Screen Enclosures. New and replacement screen enclosures require a city Building Permit. Screen enclosures with a screen roof may be up to 14 feet in height, and must be at least 5 feet from the rear property line.

Easements on your property Power and Water Corporation

Generally, suitable coverage over an easement includes lawn, shrubs or trees. Trees which develop vast and invasive roots aren't appropriate to plant over or near easements. Large trees can crack and break pipes causing burst water mains, blocked sewers or damage to conduits. Learn more about allowable planting on Power and Water easements.

What is an Easement and How it Can Affect You Redfin

Apr 30, 2021 An easement in gross is tied to a person or entity, not the property, such as utility easements. Another example could be an easement that allows a friend to hunt or fish on your property. Because you granted the easement to a specific party, the easement is irrevocable until you, as the easement holder, pass away or sell the home.

HOA Screen Planting Easment in yard HOA

Feb 24, 2017 Easement appears to give HOA right to maintain the landscaping. I, as the owner, can also plant on it. I do not want these trees cut down because they are not dead and completely green on the side facing out house (evergreen trees). They provide substantial privacy/screen.

Using Vegetation to Screen Transmission Lines Powerlink

to effectively and safely screen views of transmission lines and, at the same time, enhance the visual quality of the environment in which you live. Planting can be done on your property, but only grasses/herbs and low growing vegetation should be planted on easements, …

Planting guidelines Melbourne Water

Work or build near our assets or easements; Planting guidelines Planting guidelines. You are responsible for any damage plants cause to nearby buildings, footpaths, underground pipes and other structures. Following these guidelines can reduce vegetation management issues in the future.

Allowable planting on water and sewer easements Power

When planting trees or shrubs in a sewer or water easement ensure you allow one (1) metre plant-free zone over the centre line allowing Power and Water free access to the water or sewer main line for repairs and maintenance. This will result in less damage to pipes and less damage to the plants when Power and Water has to repair the pipes. REF:

Oakhurst Community Association Rules amp amp amp Regulations

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