Does anyone have or know of any regulations that prohibit (or somehow discourage) long rows of the backs of single-family homes abutting major arterial roadways? Our City Council wants to see higher aesthetic standards in single-family homes. We've already got some good draft language in terms of design and facade requirements of the actual homes and neighborhoods. But they have mentioned that they are tired of looking at the backs of box homes when they are driving along certain roadways. Is this something we can regulate? Would this be better to put into the Comprehensive Plan/Future Land Use Plan (no single-family land use along major arterials) instead of coding it in our UDC?