Whom do I call regarding my neighbors over-watering their yard?

The Town encourages residents to restrict lawn watering, garden watering and irrigation between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. during the hot summer months to ensure Flower Mound has adequate water supply and pressure during periods of reduced rainfall.  During severe drought conditions, the Town may impose additional restrictions, such as limiting outdoor water use to certain days of the week or strictly prohibiting irrigation between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.  For more information on the Seasonal Water Conservation Program, contact Public Works at 972.539.4631.

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1. Why should I give my name and number when calling in a complaint? Is this information kept confidential?
2. What steps does Code Enforcement take when going out to investigate a complaint, and what is the notification process?
3. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale? Where can I place garage sale signs?
4. What do I do if I have a common fence and the neighbors do not want to pay their portion to repair/replace it?
5. How do I locate my property lines?
6. What can I do if branches or shrubs from a neighbor’s yard are overhanging my yard?
7. What are the size restrictions for parking a boat, trailer, or recreational vehicle in a driveway?
8. What is the difference between HOA regulations and Town regulations, and which regulations control?
9. What are the restrictions for placing a “For Sale” sign on a vehicle and parking it?
10. Do I need a permit for a home occupation?
11. What are the codes for High Weeds & Grass?
12. What are the codes regarding noise control, and what can be done after hours?
13. Whom do I call regarding my neighbors over-watering their yard?
14. What are the codes regarding junk vehicles?
15. My neighbor has a vehicle that has been stored on his driveway for several months. Is this a violation?
16. How do I dispose of extra brush/bulk pickup other than on my regularly scheduled pick-up days?
17. My neighbor leaves his/her lights on all night. Is this a violation of the Town’s lighting ordinance?