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The problem there is with taking legal actions here is that you have to file suit against the individuals responsible for the noise. So unless you can identify the specific individuals who are causing the nuisance by exceeding the noise ordinance levels, suing anyone is not legally possible. The only other way to try to resolve these matters is through going through the local government (mayor and/or council) and trying to get better noise ordinances passed and have them instruct their law enforcement to engage in more aggressive enforcement of those laws.Civil litigation in these cases are wholly unsuccessful because of lack of identifying a specific defendant liable for the noise. If you have a specific individual, neighbor or construction company for example, then you can indeed file a civil suit against that individual in particular for violation of the noise ordinances and creating a public and private nuisance.
If you know who the people are, you can file a civil suit against each individual person for nuisance and seek damages from them personally. You can take that matter to civil court if the DA will not handle the matter.