We've got a great neighborhood and I would like it to stay that way, in spite of a few foreclosures and a few hoarder houses. My question is, how should I approach the problem of people setting up campers in their driveways and leaving them parked year-round? An ancillary problem is that visitors (and sometimes the homeowners) begin parking their cars on the grass because the campers/boat trailers take up the entire driveway.
If I call the neighborhood code enforcement department, will people find out who made the call? Should I type up a generic note and leave it at everyone's door? It seems like everyone is hardworking and quiet, so I hate to bust their chops over a few small infractions. But with houses for sale around here, I don't want potential new residents to think this is Camperville. Any TTers have experience with a neighborhood cleanup effort like this?
P.S. Everyone has back yards; all the boat trailers and campers could be stashed behind the owners' homes. Also, several of us widened our driveways with bricks & blocks to accommodate extra cars ... there's room for anyone to take the same action. Thanks for your suggestions.