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Noise Bylaw Review – Public Consultations (Various dates from January to February 2019)

City of Toronto Public Consultations: Noise Bylaw Review

MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD!
Attend at least one of these five meetings and / or send your comments and concerns to the City by February 28th.

Email: mlsfeedback@toronto.ca
Copy the Toronto Noise Coalition Email: beheard@torontonoisecoalition.ca , SERRA at serra@southeglinton.ca and your City Councillor. councillor_matlow@toronto.ca or councillor_robinson@toronto.ca

 

There will be five public consultations, focusing on one particular area related to the Noise Bylaw, from January 28 – February 06, 2019.

The public consultation schedule is provided below.

 

The City of Toronto is reviewing the Noise Bylaw and wants to hear from you! The review aims to introduce updates that reflect our growing and vibrant city, while enhancing the noise standards that protect the residents of Toronto.

 

There will be five public consultations seeking feedback on emerging Noise Bylaw updates:

 

1. Power Equipment (for example: leaf blowers)

Monday January 28, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

North York Civic Centre Member’s Lounge (5100 Yonge St.)

 

2. Motor Vehicles

Tuesday January 29, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Metro Hall, Room 310 (55 John St.)

 

3. Amplified Sound (for example: music from bars)

Wednesday January 30, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Scadding Court Community Centre (707 Dundas St. West)

 

4. Construction Noise (for example: condo developments and residential infill)

Tuesday February 5, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Centre for Social Innovation Regent Park Lounge (585 Dundas St. East)

 

5. General Prohibition (for example: general noise that is likely to disturb others)

Wednesday February 6, 2019, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The Garage (720 Bathurst St.)

 

Your feedback will be used to recommend updates to the Noise Bylaw in a report going to Council in spring 2019.

 

More information on the Noise Bylaw Review is available on the City of Toronto website.

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