Where in Connecticut?
http://www.ct.gov/dep/cwp/view.asp?a=2684&depNav_GID=1619&q=322150 The first point of contact for resolution of local noise issues is your local municipality. The specific office responsible for noise control will vary from one town to another. In some towns the local Department of Health can assist, while in others you will need to contact Town Hall to identify the appropriate official.
The Noise Pollution Control Act (Connecticut General Statutes 22a-67 et seq.) provided the statutory authority for DEP to regulate noise pollution. In 1969, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) adopted the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies Sec. 22a-69-1 et seq. (state noise plan). It is the public policy of the State of Connecticut to encourage municipalities to adopt local noise control ordinances.
In accordance with Connecticut General Statutes Section 22a-73, DEP reviews and approves municipal noise ordinances. A local noise ordinance cannot become effective until the Commissioner has granted approval. All local noise ordinances must conform to the state noise control plan. Municipalities may adopt noise standard that are more stringent than the state noise control plan provided such standards are approved by the
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