We live at the end of a cul de sac. It's a bumpy, pot-holed road that really needs a lot of fixing. There is a dry stone wall we built eight years ago there at the end of the road, to mark the west extent of the property. Before, there was nothing to indicate the road stopped at our yard except a rusty old checkerboard sign put up by the town before we moved here. I figured after the wall was built the sign wasn't even needed, with the wall so clearly marking the end of the road, and especially since it was such a big improvement to the view. The town responded accordingly, and not long ago the old checkerboard sign was replaced with a new one.