My question involves an easement in the state of: Arizona --- Pima County
I live in rural area near Tucson and one of my neighbor speeds up and down my road kicking up dirt quite frequently. The Sheriff won't do anything about them - I have complained about them before on various issues and after arguments with the Sheriff's department I'm not on good standing with them. This neighbor today drove by me while I was turning around in my drive way and driving so fast he was kicking up dirt on the road (as usual) -- I've seen his family do this on many occasions and it's usually someone from his family or friends. He did not even slow down for me in front of my house on a very small rural street and these are roads that are not fit to drive over 15mph (more like 10 mph near my house but there's no signs - although the majority of people have the commonsense not to). '
I talked to my neighbor across the street who owns horses and she has agreed that speed bumps would be a good idea and I'm pretty sure the people on my street are all ok with it except the people on the next street down who speed. I was wondering what procedure I would have to go through to put 2 small speed bumps on a dirt road in rural Tucson area? I'm thinking 15 mph bump to keep them from going too fast -- 25 is very fast for this road and small rural neighborhood. I've tried to talk to this neighbor before about other nuisances such as loud rap music and it almost resulted in a brawl. The Sheriff did respond to that one (they usually don't) and it ended that situation - but nevertheless there's still more issues with these disrespectful neighbors whom do a lot of stupid things. This is a rural country road that is not traveled on much at all and they have the option of going another route.. Would a restrainment order to make them drive the other way be an option? They have no reason to drive down my street --- the other road is of equal distance and actually more suitable for their driving habits because it's more traveled on (less dust and there's absolutely no difference in drive time)..
Any useful advice would be appreciated. I don't plan on spending a fortune on this issue like getting a lawyer or anything like that but the issue of kicking up dust because of their driving is not acceptable to me at this point.