Slopes Sample Clauses

Slopes. 4.1. When positioned longitudinally in line and in the normal operation position:
Slopes. A. Slopes located adjacent to Roadways, sidewalks and SUPs shall not be steeper than 3.5H:1V, except as follows:
Slopes. Estimate the degree of dominant slope, or estimate the range of slopes encountered on the property.
Slopes. In some cases, there may be relatively steep slopes on an Owner’s Lot. It is important to note that if slopes are not landscaped severe erosion and silting may occur. Therefore, it is recommended that the Owner landscape slopes as soon as possible after moving in. Slopes and banks should be planted with drought tolerant plants. Terracing, or surfacing with stone or other free draining materials can lessen erosion of slopes. Loose aggregate or wood chips are not recommended on slopes unless measures are taken to prevent erosion or displacement by wind and/or water. Slopes can also be seeded with ground covers, shrubs, and bushes to prevent erosion. Rock gardens are another technique to help prevent slope erosion and create a landscape amenity. Slopes given proper design treatment can become an attractive, interesting part of the landscape.‌
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