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They cannot be in the public right-of-way. If they are on private property, they cannot obstruct views from the roadway.
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Yes, as long as they are adequately contained. Pens should be 50 feet from the property line.
No. HOA rules are not part of the county code, and we do not enforce them.
No. Hall County does not have a Property Maintenance Code.
Yes, provided it has current tag and registration.
A permit is not needed for a pre-fabricated accessory building that is 144 square-feet or less. They must be set back 5 feet from the property line.
No. A certificate of occupancy is required to live in a structure.
Contact Hall County Environmental Health and they will investigate.