Noise Bylaw Exemptions
Purpose of Noise Bylaw Exemption
The Noise Bylaw Exemption allows construction projects to proceed outside of normal working days/hours under certain circumstances. The Exemption may be granted to construction projects by the General Manager if the project satisfies the following conditions (refer to Bylaw 8856 Section 4.2.2):
- The volume of traffic in the area of the proposed construction is such as to cause danger to the workers on the job or to cause traffic congestion;
- The impact and inconvenience to residents in the area of the proposed construction can be minimized;
- The construction cannot be undertaken efficiently or safely during the normal working day; or
- Interruption of any during normal working day would cause any person undue hardship.
Current Noise Bylaw Exemptions
The following locations have been granted a Noise Bylaw Exemption:
|April 14 to May 31||24/7||10260 Freshwater Drive||Sanitary main break|
|May 29 to June 30
Total duration expected to be until Mar 2024.
|24/7||No. 2 Road South Section||Well point dewatering and sanitary bypass work|
|May 3 to Sep 29||9:00pm - 5:00am||Knight Street Bridge||Deck rehabilitation|
|Jun 1 to Jul 1||24/7||Blundell and Gilbert intersection||Well point dewatering system and a water treatment plant|
|Jun 4||7:00pm - 5:00am||Bridgeport Road and Knight Street||Paving|
|Jun 5 to 16||8:00pm - 5:00am||11660 Mitchell Road||Capstan Station cable pull|
|Jun 10 to 11||11:30pm - 5am||6188 & 6288 No. 3 Road||BC Hydro Voltage Conversion|
|Jun 15 to 16||8:00pm - 7:00am||13020 Delf Place||Watermain replacement|
For more information on exemptions to this Bylaw, contact:
Jaime Villaluz, Assistant Supervisor, Inspections
Apply for a Noise Bylaw Exemption
Three weeks' notice is required
To apply for a Noise Bylaw Exemption, complete the following application. A minimum of three weeks' notice is required for this type of application to be processed.
Noise Bylaw Exemption Application
All applicants must review Noise Regulation Bylaw 8856.