What I mean is down here that's not typical on the way the horizontal rails are connected. What is city requires is for the posts to be installed first, embedded in concrete with a 10" diameter cylinder. Then the horizontal rails are FACE MOUNTED on the posts on the neighbor's side with specific nail size, length and count. So for example a 6' tall fence cannot have posts exceeding 4' separation for hurricanes, once they set three posts, typically they will then face nail three 2X12s across all three posts at top, middle and bottom. The pickets are then nailed onto both sides staggered so both sides have similar patterns, but the neighbor's side is a continuous pattern, your side will start and end at the 4X4 posts, you still see the posts on one side.Posts are visible on both sides, I don't see what the issue is?
Like I said, the fence looks the same on both sides,
5 inch posts, 3x 2x4's between the posts, then vertical 1x6's
The only way to make it identical on both sides in appearance is to attach the horizontal rails recessed between the posts like how you build an interior wall. This requires more work because each piece have to be cut to fit, and in our city this requires an additional plan review exception because they want to you to use special brackets as toe nailing will not pass inspection.