Remember the old Jeff Foxworthy joke; "If you've ever mowed your lawn and found a car - you might be a redneck." Well, if that happens in Wake Village, it could cost you a bunch of money, and I don't think that will lead to happy-go-lucky redneck humor. 

Wake Village Police have released a reminder to folks living within the city limits of an ordinance that stays you can't have: junked/inoperable motor vehicles, high grass, excessive brush or trash, and junk on your property.

Right now the police are sending out this warning through their Facebook Page as a friendly reminder as they have received several complaints about specific properties. The property owners in question are being notified of the situation and are expected to clean it up. Non-compliance will lead to the next step and that's when it starts costing money.

So, as the Wake Village Police request, "do your part and help clean up The Village".

See the Wake Village Code of Ordinances: Wake Village, Texas City Ordinances

If you would like to see the Wake Village Police posting on FB, here you go.

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