Tips for Being a Good Neighbor
Obey noise ordinance laws and avoid all unnecessary noise from any source from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. This includes revving car engines, children riding scooters, loud voices, and whatever else may wake someone from a sound sleep.
Not everyone is a dog or cat lover, so show responsibility for your pets. That includes keeping them off the neighbor’s lawn and picking up after them.
Remember your neighbors during the holidays when you have out of town guests, try and be cognizant of their space. Ask your guests to park in your driveway or in front of your house; make sure they don’t block someone else’s driveway.
Maintain the exterior of your home and lawn.
- Mow the lawn. Don’t let it get knee-high before doing something about it.
- Remove mold from the exterior walls and paint when necessary.
- Make sure that trees, shrubs, and other elements don’t creep into your neighbor’s yard. This includes tree limbs, spreading shrubs, and weeds.
- Remove all bicycles, skateboards, and toys from the front yard at the end of the day.