City of Mississauga Seeks Public Input on Updates to Noise Bylaw

How Much is Too Much Noise? Have Your Say on How Noise is Regulated in Mississauga

The City of Mississauga is updating its Noise By-laws to make them more responsive to community needs. As the City evolves from a suburban community to an urban centre, there is an opportunity to modernize how noise is regulated. 

City staff are currently reviewing the Nuisance Type Noise By-law and the Noise Control By-law and will consult with residents and stakeholders on a range of proposed options. The potential changes will cover aspects such as the complaint response process, residential and construction noise exemptions, permitted periods for amplified sound and noise thresholds.

Residents are encouraged to have their say by attending an upcoming public meeting, or providing feedback online by taking a survey, asking a question or sharing their ideas.

Public Meeting Dates:

Monday, January 20

6 to 8 p.m.

Huron Park Community Centre

830 Paisley Blvd. W.

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Tuesday, January 21

6 to 8 p.m.

Malton Victory Hall

3091 Victory Crescent

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Wednesday, January 29

6 to 8 p.m.

South Common Community Centre

2233 South Millway

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Thursday, January 30

6 to 8 p.m.

Tomken Twin Arena Auditorium

4495 Tomken Rd.

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