Next steps for the City

July 16, 2019


Municipal Licensing and Standards is to develop an implementation plan that includes finalising the primary response model, updating the policy and standards operating procedures for noise investigations, creating a noise technical manual, and enhancing back-end technology systems, as well as enhancing information to the public through 311 and the City website. 


They are also to report in the final quarter of 2020 on the implementation, success and any outstanding issues from the changes to the noise by-law including, but not limited to: new measurement standards, the new hierarchy of limitation provisions, impacts to the construction industry, patterns and trends in complaints and resolutions, issues related to amplified sound within residential areas, and impacts to enforcement.

Public Health is to reporting on a City Noise Management Action Plan, which was to be submitted at the same time as the proposed new bylaw.


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