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5th Precinct community Council is meeting at the 5th Pct. Stationhouse last Wednesday of each month. If this is a regular happenstance, come and talk to them. YOu can also call 311. Nowadays they keep a record: you can even look up complaints on a map at the 311 website.
5th Wed., 9/28 @ 7:00 PM 5th Pct. Station House, 19 Elizabeth St.
Noise Complaint FAQs
Related Service > Noise Complaint FAQs
What can I do about noise?
You can make a noise complaint through 311. You can also take the Night Noise Survey, which will be used to help develop neighborhood initiatives to address noise problems. If you are bothered by noisy neighbors, talk to your building owner or superintendent. Buildings often have noise rules, and management may be able to help you resolve a situation where the rules are being broken.
What happens when I make a noise complaint?
Your complaint is sent to the agency that responds to the type of noise you complained about. Most noise complaints go to either the New York Police Department (NYPD) or the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
NYPD responds to noise from:
* Clubs and bars
* Parks (except noise from a dog which is handled by DEP)
* Stores and businesses
* Streets and sidewalks
* Motor vehicles and motorcycles
* Houses of worship
What can I do if I've filed a complaint and it's still noisy?
You have a few options. You can:
* Contact NYPD or DEP, whoever handled your complaint.
* Make a new noise complaint Service Request through 311.
* Consider mediation between you and the noisemaker.
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