City of Kyle
In the City of Kyle, antenna regulations are part of the
Ordinance 438: Zoning
Ordinance. Section 5 "Definitions" includes a definition of
radio towers that may exclude Amateur Radio service towers:
Radio, Television, Microwave and Similar Towers means structures
supporting antennae transmitting or receiving any portion of the radio
spectrum, but excluding noncommercial antennae installation for home use
of radio or television.
Section 20.c. "General Requirements and limitations: Structures and
Buildings" excludes radio towers from height limitations:
(A) The height limits prescribed herein shall not apply to television
and radio towers, church spires, belfries, monuments, tanks, water and fire
towers, stage towers, scenery lofts, cooling towers, ornamental towers and
spires, chimneys, elevator bulkheads, smokestacks, necessary public or
private utilities, conveyors, flag poles, and necessary mechanical
appurtenances. The height limits and other applicable regulations for
television, radio, and communications towers and antennas may be established
by separate ordinance.
No other separate ordinance regarding residential radio towers appears on the
city web site. For more information, see the
City of Kyle Website.
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