City of Fredericksburg
In the City of Fredericksburg, antenna regulations are part of the
The relevant section is §7.520
"Permitted Exceptions to Height Limits".
The following structures and features may exceed the maximum height for the
district in which they are located, subject to limits specified herein:
A. The following structures may exceed the height limit of any district by
not more than fifteen percent (15%), or such height as may be necessary
to comply with generally accepted engineering practices for stacks and
vents, or any applicable Federal or State law, regulation, guideline
or order, whichever is greater:
1. Parapet walls, chimneys, vents and mechanical or safety features such
as fire towers, stairways, elevator penthouses, heating and cooling
equipment and protective covers.
2. Ornamental towers, cupolas, domes and spires not designed for occupancy.
B. The following structures are exempt from the height limit:
1. Radio and television receiving antennae of the type customarily used
for home radio and television receivers.
C. Radio towers operated by licensed amateur radio operators no more than
sixty (60) feet in height plus fifteen (15) feet for antennae. A
Conditional Use Permit shall be required to exceed tower and antennae
height of sixty (60) feet and fifteen (15) feet respectively.
For more information, see the City
of Fredericksburg Website.
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