Wagga Neighbourhood Watch are calling for a closer watch over speeding and reckless driving in suburban areas at night time.
WNHW president Wayne Deaner said "hoons" in areas like Glenfield, Ashmont and Tolland were now making nightly appearances.
"These drivers not only disturb the residents - you can hear them as clear as day - but they're also a threat to other people's safety on the road and even to pedestrians," he said.
Mr Deaner said a greater police presence on the roads in those particular suburbs would be a step toward tackling the issue.
"We need a greater police presence of a night time particularly, because these hoons sleep during the day and turn these suburbs into lawless societies at night," he said.
Wagga Police Inspector Peter McLay said at this stage, they had not received specific reports of regular reckless driving, but did actively patrol those areas.
"Police and Highway Patrol are already working 24/7 so unless we have specific times and locations to investigate, we will continue to do our regular patrols which we do every night," he said.
Mr Deaner encouraged the public to hand in any dashcam footage to himself or police that may help pinpoint where the incidents are occurring.
"The more information we have coming, the more help there is to build a bigger piece of the puzzle for police to do their jobs effectively," he said.
Mr Deaner was not alone in his concerns for reckless driving with many taking to social media to share complaints on the issue.
To report criminal activity in and around Wagga, contact Wagga Police Station on (02) 6922 2599, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.