Most noise pollution is caused by machinery or transportation such as trains, motorcycles, or trains. Most noise pollution is the result of poor planning in communities. When homes or buildings are close together or side by side it can also result in noise pollution. There are a number Of different subjects that raise concern in people when it comes to noise pollution. These subjects include construction noise, animal noise, food vending vehicles, and motorcycle and motor vehicle noise.
Construction noise is probably the most common form of noise pollution since New York is always renovating and constructing new buildings. When construction activity is planned near locations such as schools, hospitals and houses of worship, the construction company is expected to design their noise mitigation plan to be sensitive to its neighbors. Construction may occur between seven o’clock in the morning and six o’clock at night on weekdays. On weekends, if there is an alteration or additional repair on an existing Truckee, the repair can be made between 10 o’clock in the morning and 4 o’clock at night.
Owning a pet in New York requires increased responsibility to ensure that pets are not disruptive. Animal noises such as barking may indicate distress, danger, or an emergency situation. Animal noise that is unreasonable and can be heard from a nearby residential property may call for enforcement action. You should call for action if the noise occurs after 7:00 am and before 10:pm for a continuous period of 10 minutes or more, or after 10:pm ND before 7:AMA for a continuous period of five minutes or more.
Ice cream trucks traveling on city streets are a summer tradition, but their repetitious jingles can create a community nuisance and disrupt nearby residents. TheNoiseCodeprohibitstheplayingofjingleswhileanytypeof food vending vehicle is stationary. Vehicles may only play jingles while they are in motion. Each day more than one million vehicles move through New York City’s streets. The Noise Code prohibits excessive sound from the muffler or exhaust of motor vehicles operating on a public right-of-way where the speed limit is 35 MPH or less.