(No approval providing guidelines are met) No application is necessary for the installation of satellite dishes providing that the following guidelines are satisfied. The ARB has formulated the following prioritized list of placement preferences for the installation of satellite dish antennas. Antennas should be installed in the highest priority placement preference that permits the reception of an acceptable quality signal, does not unreasonably delay or prevent installation and does not unreasonably increase the cost of installation, maintenance, or use. The aim is to minimize the visibility of the antenna from the street and from neighbors.
Priority list of placement preferences:
1. On a short pole in existing landscaping as close as possible to the house and on the rear of the home or as far back on the side of the home as possible.
2. Under an eave on the rear of the home or as far back on the side of the home as possible.
3. Below the apex of the roof and as hidden from view, especially from the street as possible, e.g. behind the chimney.
If none of the above locations provides the homeowner with the minimum level of an acceptable quality signal, the homeowner and the ARB shall work together to find an acceptable location for the dish antennas. No dish antenna larger than one meter (39.37”) in diameter is permitted and no more than 2 dish antennae per residential parcel are permitted. Any deviations from these guidelines will require an ARB application.