Same situation here. Though houses are along the edge of the hunting/shooting area.
The yotes are used to human habitat noises, sounds and smells. The take cats on a regular basis. Yappy little dogs also.
If a rifle use a very frangible bullet in a very small caliber. Or a shot gun with large shot.
Our yotes are going back to their rest area (posted land) during the half hour + after sunrise. Ambush works best then after you have their pattern pegged.
Walk and stalk works well on the days when they are hunting during the day. Picking the proper day is difficult.
Best call is a cat in a gunny sack. Hang the sack in a tree on a two ropes 3 feet or so long tied about 6 inches apart.
Turn the sack until the rope is very well twisted. Turn the thing loose and hide. After several turns the cat will start yowling. The poor sucker will continue to Yowl for as long as the sack is spinning. If not get a better cat.
There are down sides to this type of calling but only occur when conducted too close to houses.