A number of Langley residents have been spilling the beans on their neighbours, sending in complaints to both the City and Township about improper water use.
As the unseasonably hot and dry weather continues, Metro Vancouver issued Stage 3 water restrictions for the first time in more than 10 years on July 20, limiting water usage across the region.
But not everyone is complying.
In the Township, there have been 145 complaints recorded since Stage 2 restrictions were imposed on July 3. There have been 210 in all since June 1.
In the City, approximately 45 water regulation complaints have been investigated since June 9, with no tickets issued so far.
Thirteen of those were complaints from residents, three of which were founded.
The remainder were witnessed by City staff.