We do have HOAs but most of them are not bad to deal with. Thankfully where I live there is no HOA. I think our town has a bylaw that states that the top of a satellite dish cannot exceed 12ft from the ground. What i cant remember is that if this law only applies if a dish is installed in the front of the property or this applies to a backyard tooOh wow, Canada has those commie HOAs too? Canadian laws are typically more sane than the Americans' so I figured they would've been banned up there.
When we bought this house, if it was in a HOA it would've been a deal breaker.
I live in Devon, its a small town south of Edmonton. We have our own bylawsI Googled it and there are by-laws in Edmonton for dishes.
Here's the guide:
hell id'e park that bitch in my back yard and not cared what anyone thought. untill they pay my bills and taxes no one is gonna tell me what i can and can't do on my propertythis dish is at the air traffic control building by my workplace. I want to ask them about it but then I realize there is no way something like this can be set up in a residential setting.
Its a good thing that my house faces north so i can put the dish in my backyard and nobody other than my adjacent neighbors would notice itThat's good because Edmonton's by-law is quite prohibitive. I'd be done in for sure. My 10 footer is 4 feet from the sidewalk in front of my house, 2 feet from the property line.
Its a good thing that my house faces north so i can put the dish in my backyard and nobody other than my adjacent neighbors would notice it