SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — All the growth happening in Texoma means you can find construction projects just about anywhere you look. 

People who live in the neighborhood near FM 1417 and State Highway Highway 56 are not very happy with how they being awakened each morning. 

A good chunk of people who live off of Center Street and Bake Road hear it day-in and day-out. 

Some residents say construction workers are waking them up at the crack of dawn every weekday morning. Some went to the Sherman City Council to complain. 

The city council heard the concerns and made some changes to the noise ordinance. 

"City Council took a look at that in 2019, and actually revised that law to say this is the specific hours for when you can work; other than that, you need to be quiet," said City of Sherman spokesperson Nate Strauch. 

This is not the first time the city has heard construction complaints. 

"The faster we grow, the more construction is happening, and the more problems people have with that as that spreads over the course of the city," Strauch said. 

Some neighborhood residents told KTEN they lost water just days after the project started, and some are not happy with what kind of housing is going in next to them. 

"No one wants to have construction happening right next to their house, and certainly not off-hours, but at the same time those people do have a right to develop their property," Strauch said. 

The city ordinance says construction can take place Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Any Sherman residents with issues about construction outside of those hours can call the police department's non-emergency number to report a violation.