Homeowners associations can tell you where and how to park a car, but one North Las Vegas woman says her HOA has taken their rules too far.
"It's very stressful," says Mary Fisher. "It feels like you're living in a fishbowl."
Fisher calls her homeowners association's rules ridiculous. She and her family are moving out of the neighborhood, and using a moving truck to load up boxes.
"It's not in a fire zone," says Fisher.
On Tuesday, Fisher received a violation from her HOA, saying she needed to move her moving truck.
"We have nowhere else to park it," says Fisher.
Fisher is loading the truck all by herself, and with rheumatoid arthritis, the packing has taken her a little bit longer than expected.
"It's very frustrating, I'm trying my best to get moved, and on top of that, now I have to deal with this issue," says Fisher.
She says her HOA has always been strict, but she just wants them to allow her to park the truck while she moves out.
"At least through the weekend while the whole family is here and can work, instead of just me doing it by myself," says Fisher.
13 Action News reached out to her HOA, Azure Manor/Rancho De Paz, and within an hour, were able to get Fisher some help. The HOA agreed to allow Fisher to keep the truck on the side of the street, just through the weekend while she finished moving.
"It's a weight lifted off my already sore shoulders," says Fisher.