PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
ARTICLE 6. PUBLIC NUISANCES.
Division I. Overall Guidelines to Article.
Sec. 6-59 Illustrative Enumeration – Weeds, Rubbish, Noise, Odors, Junk Vehicles, Etc.
The maintaining, using, placing, depositing, leaving or permitting to be or remain on any public or private property of the following items, conditions or actions are declared to be and constitute a nuisance; provided, however, this enumeration shall not be deemed or construed to be conclusive, limiting or restrictive;
(e) Any of the following noises and/or noise conditions, namely:
(1) Radios, television sets, musical instruments, compact disc, tape or record players, amplifiers and similar devices: Operating any such device between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. as to be plainly audible across property boundaries or through partitions common to two (2) separate dwelling units shall be unlawful.
(7) Stationary source: It shall be unlawful for any person to cause the sound pressure level to exceed the limits listed below at any point on the boundary of the property where the person is located.
a. If a person is located within a residential zone: fifty-five (55) DBA at all times.
b. If the person is located within a commercial zone: sixty (60) DBA at all times.
c. If the person is located within an industrial zone: sixty-five (65) DBA at all times.
d. If the property boundary lies between two (2) zones, the lower limits shall apply regardless of the zone in which the person creating the noise is located.