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The State of Connecticut has established noise regulations that set community noise exposure criteria.

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has promulgated the noise control regulation, Title 22a - Section 22a-69 - Control of Noise. This regulation is used to limit the sound impact of new stationary sources and to respond to complaints of certain excessive sound.  The Connecticut DEP also provides assistance to local communities in the development of ordinances and programs.

Section 22a - Part 69

Individual communities can also establish noise regulations through community by-laws and
some local communities have additional noise regulations.  Inquire at the local town hall, the clerk or manager's office, to see if local noise regulations exist.

 The material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Regulations continually evolve and are subject to change.  We do not warranty this information and remind any users of this information to research the current validity and applicability.