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We Need Your Input: Noise Bylaw

At its meeting on May 14, 2024, Council had its first reading of a draft Noise Bylaw. The intent of this survey is to gather feedback on the proposed bylaw, especially Schedule B. Schedule B sets out days of the week and times when certain activities that make, emit, permit, or cause noise are prohibited.

Comments must be submitted before July 31, 2024.

Council will be reviewing the comments submitted at its meeting on August 20, 2024. You can view the schedule of upcoming council meetings online.

Review the Draft Bylaw

You can review the draft bylaw online:

The draft bylaw contains a definition of “Noise” that is as follows:

“Noise” means a sound or vibration that at the point of reception, by its volume or nature, is likely to disturb the inhabitants.

This definition is supported by extensive case law. While it may seem counter intuitive, the courts have determined that the definition is objective as a reasonable person can discern if a sound is likely to disturb not just an individual, but the inhabitants.

Ways to Take the Noise Bylaw Survey

You can submit a response to the Noise Bylaw Survey through the form on this page. If you have a document with your response to the draft bylaw, you may upload it through the survey.

If you have any problems completing the survey on this page, please try to complete it by going to

Alternative Ways to Take the Survey

If you cannot access the survey on this page or prefer to fill out a physical copy of the survey, you can find two versions below. One has fillable fields that you can complete and then print off. The other one you can print off and then fill out. This is the same version of the survey that was mailed out to Mono residents. If you print out a completed survey, you must mail or drop it off to Town Hall (347209 Mono Centre Road, Mono, ON L9W 6S3).

Take the Online Survey!