Fence Maintenance

We encourage all homeowners to do their part to repair and maintain their fences. Below is all the information you should need to maintain the look and feel of your fence to match the other fences within our community.

Wooden Fences

Wooden fences (lattice or screen style), regardless of who built them, found within or adjacent to your property are your responsibility to stain and maintain as detailed in the restrictive covenants registered on the title of your property. Cloverdale Paint (1935 37 St SW – 403.242.7700) has the fence stain colour on file – it is called Springside Taupe and is on file under the community of Wentworth.

Note: there is a wood fence that borders the wooded/natural located south of 9th Avenue between Wentworth Rise and 89th Street SW that is the responsibility of the Association. The Association had this fence replaced in its entirety in the spring of 2019.

Sample of Springside Taupe from Cloverdale Paint
Sample of Springside Taupe from Cloverdale Paint

Stone Fences

All stone fences (i.e. wooden fences with stone pillars or low stone fences with metal X sections) are the responsibility of the property owners on which these fences reside. As detailed in the restrictive covenants registered on the title of these properties, homeowners are required to keep the masonry work as well as the black metal portions maintained.

Note: there are two sections of fence (stone pillars with horizontal metal railings) located on each side of Wentworth Drive (adjacent to the ravine/pathway). These two sections are also the responsibility of the Association and were repaired and painted in 2014.

Stone Walls

The stone walls that are located on the east and north perimeters of the community (along 85th Street as well as Old Banff Coach Road SW) are the responsibility of the Wentworth Residents’ Association. These sections were repaired and painted in 2014.