Unreasonable noise definition

Unreasonable noise means a level of noise that violates local noise ordinance standards, or where no local noise ordinance standard exists, a level of noise that would violate section 25-12- 103, C.R.S.
Unreasonable noise means any excessive or unusually loud sound, or any sound which disturbs the peace and quiet of any neighborhood or causes damage to any property or business. (Ord. O-94-33 § 32 & 33, 1994; Ord. O-86-42 § 1 (part), 1986).
Unreasonable noise means a noise as defined in Seattle Municipal Code Section 25.08.500. (Ord. 116349 § 1(part), 1992.)

Examples of Unreasonable noise in a sentence

Unreasonable noise and other distractions inhibit the exercise of this right.

Unreasonable noise shall include the operation or utilization of motorized equipment or machinery such as an electric generator, motor vehicle, or motorized toy; or audio device such as a radio, television set, tape deck, public address system, or musical instrument; or other device.

Unreasonable noise includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the operation or utilization of motorized equipment or machinery such as an electric generator, motor vehicle, or motorized toy; or audio device such as a radio, television set, public address system, or musical instrument.

Unreasonable noise is that which interferes with, or has the potential for interfering with, the legitimate rights of others.

Unreasonable noise in and around residential facilities that disrupts or potentially disrupts residents or neighboring community members.


More Definitions of Unreasonable noise

Unreasonable noise means noise emanating from liquor-licensed premises that exceed the maximum allowable decibel level as prescribed in rule 7.4(b).
Unreasonable noise means any sounds of such level and duration as to be or tend to be injurious to human health or welfare, or that would unreasonably interfere with the enjoyment of life or property. City agents, police officers and code enforcement officers are authorized to make a prima facie determination as to whether a sound constitutes an unreasonable noise, which determination may be based upon, but need not be limited to, a consideration of the following factors:
Unreasonable noise means any sound of such level and duration as to be or tend to be injurious to human health or welfare, or which would unreasonably interfere with the enjoyment of life or property throughout the city or in any portions thereof, but excludes all aspects of the employer- employee relationship concerning health and safety hazards within the confines of a place of employment.
Unreasonable noise means a noise as defined in Seattle Municipal Code Section 25.08.500.
Unreasonable noise means any noise that in the opinion of the Officer is likely to disturb the peace, rest, enjoyment, comfort or convenience of a reasonable person in the circumstances. Unreasonable noise does not include commonplace household or workplace sounds such as sound from furniture being moved, children playing or people engaging in conversation, or the operation or use of powered or non-powered equipment for domestic or commercial purposes as set out in Section 4 of Schedule B; and
Unreasonable noise means any sound of such level, intensity or duration as may or tends to be injurious to human health or welfare measured by an objective standard of a reasonable person of normal sensitivity. (Ord. 2-2014, eff. 3/6/2014)
Unreasonable noise means noise that-