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No. Fences are not regulated by the Tippecanoe County Unified Zoning Ordinance, unless it surrounds a swimming pool or is in the building set back. Please call 765-423-9225 for more information.
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You may not block the vision of drivers at an intersection. A fence around a swimming pool must be at least 5 feet high. A fence may not exceed 42" within street frontage setbacks. Please call 765-423-9225 for more information.
All in-ground pools require a permit. Above ground pools only require a permit if they are 42" or taller. Please call 765-423-9225 for more information.
No permit is required in the unincorporated areas of the county. You are permitted no more than 2 yard sales annually. Please call 765-423-9225 for more information.
If the complaint is in Dayton, Battle Ground or Clarks Hill, APC would take care of the complaint and you can find that form at the following page: http://www.tippecanoe.in.gov/DocumentCenter/View/512 Otherwise, a complaint should be filed in writing to the Building Commission at the following page: https://www.tippecanoe.in.gov/413/Building-Commission
Permits required in the unincorporated areas of the county are available at the Tippecanoe County Building Commission.
Permits required by Lafayette and West Lafayette are available through the various city governments:
Tippecanoe County Building Commission
20 N Third Street
Lafayette, IN 47901
Lafayette City Engineers Office
20 N Sixth Street
West Lafayette City Engineers Office
222 N Chauncey Ave
West Lafayette, 47906