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Noise Control By-law Review

The City is updating its Noise By-laws to make them more responsive to our residents and neighbourhoods.

About

The City of Mississauga is updating its Noise By-laws to make them more responsive to our residents and neighbourhoods.

We are working to ensure everyone who lives, works, learns and plays in Mississauga can enjoy a more liveable community.

The City conducted public consultation with residents and members of the public to review the potential changes of permitted periods for noise, the complaint response process, and exemption permits.

Report to Council

A corporate report summarizing the community engagement findings and recommendations was presented to Council on July 8, 2020. The report was received by Council and staff were directed to conduct further community engagement.

See full report and summary of proposed changes.

Public engagement

Public consultation began in December 2019 and additional resident public consultation was conducted in fall 2020. Public consultation for this project is completed and staff are now analysing results.

Phase One: January-November 2019

  • Noise Control Program Review

Phase Two: December 2019-February 2020

  • Public Survey and Consultations

Phase Three: February-July 2020

  • Report to Council

Phase Four: August-October 2020

  • Additional Community Engagement

Phase Five: October 2020-January 2021 (delayed)

  • Additional Analysis and Options Development

Please note that the Noise Control Program Review report originally scheduled to be presented to General Committee on November 18 has been postponed to a later date in 2021 (to be confirmed).

Project contact

For questions about this project, contact Alex Schwenger, Project Leader, at enforcement.yoursay@mississauga.ca.

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