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Noise and Graffiti
Quiet Please- Noise Regulations
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Certain loud noises that disturb others are considered a public nuisance and against the law. Some examples of illegal noise activities include: 
  • Loud noise or noise in the evening hours from parties or gathering of people. Owners and tenants are responsible for noise at any time. People attending the gathering are also held responsible. A police officer may ask people at a large gathering to leave instead of taking other enforcement actions.
  • Noise from a radio, musical instrument, or other device producing sound audible from a distance of 50 feet from the device.
  • If the noise is from a vehicle, the person in charge of the vehicle is also responsible for the violation.
  • Other regulations apply at night time between 10 pm and 7 am.


Graffiti is Vandalism
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Graffiti is vandalism and often related to gang activity and violence. If graffiti tagging occurs, please call 911 immediately to have an officer record the incident. Removing graffiti promptly helps deter future graffiti. Always call 911 if you notice suspicious activity.