Barbra Chesney is a concerned resident and she said, "There's plastic, tires, carpets, vacuums, TV sets you name it its out there."
And neighbors are fed up.
Barbara Chesney said, "It is a disgrace to the community and the people who live here."
Neighbors like Harvey Sweet say as soon as the trash is picked up, people roll by and dump more. Not only is it an eye sore, Harvey says it makes him think twice about inviting company to his house.
Sweet said, "It's just to a point where it's embarrassing to have people come and visit.
"Residents say this is only one part of the problem. On the other side of Buckhorn Bend road there's even more trash and they say it continues to get worse."
So, home owners like Barbara Chesney and Harvey Sweet called a neighborhood meeting and invited parish officials. Over a dozen people came to share their ideas on how to stop the problem.
Police Juror Pat Moore told neighbors that the police jury is actively working on solving the issue.
Moore said, "We got six thousand dollars from LGAP and we're going to buy this computer system where we can actually place these cameras in areas and the sheriff's department will be able to see who's doing what."
But, in the meantime while trash continues to pile up. Neighbors say they'll just have to take matters into their own hands.
Sweet said, "I don't know the exact solution, yet but by hook or crook we'll catch them one way or another."