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.
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.Current Noise Bylaw Exemptions
The following locations have been granted a Noise Bylaw Exemption:
|Feb 17 to Mar 24, 2023||24/7||12151 Trites Road||Dewatering|
|Mar 18 and 25, 2023||7:00am - 10:00pm||Sidewalk between No. 6 Road and Burdette Street||Milling and paving work|
|Mar 3 to 25, 2023||8:00pm - 6:00am||Steveston Interchange||Fibre optic relocation works|
|Mar 20 to 27, 2023||10:00pm -6:00am||Minoru Park||Sanitary bypass pump while conducting condition assessment of the existing sanitary mains.|
|Mar 27 to 28, 2023||8:00pm - 7:00am||No. 3 Road at Cook Road||BC Hydro work|
Contact Jaime Villaluz, Assistant Supervisor, Inspections, at Jaime.Villaluz@richmond.ca or 604-276-4014 for more information on exemptions to this Bylaw.