Enfield residents said they are tired of noise from ATVs.
Neighbors in Enfield are fed up with the noise coming from ATVs riding on trails behind their homes.
ATV and dirt bike riders have been using a carved out trail in the woods behind East Forest Drive.
That path follows the power lines, which is a right of way for Connecticut Light & Power and neighbors say riders have turned them into off-roading trails.
"It's just a matter of recognizing that this is private property and we have a right to have that peace," Jim Hafey, a neighbor, said.
Not only are neighbors concerned about the noise, but they are also worried about safety.
"Im afraid someone is going to really get hurt," Jerry Houle, a neighbor, said.
Neighbors say the ATVs and bikes go quite fast along the trails.
There are no tresspassing signs clearly posted but those who live nearby say riders have been disobeying the signs for years.
Enfield Police and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection have been stepping up patrols.
Neighbors plan to hold a meeting Tuesday night to discuss what to do about it.