City council to reevaluate noise ordinance | Business
If you think it's a little noisy in your neighborhood, you may not be the only one. Spokane City Council is going to review its noise ordinance again this coming Monday, May 14 at 6 p.m.
In the last year, a task force discussed possible changes to the noise ordinance. It was last changed in early 2010 to make the ordinance more legally defensible and to accept input from a broader base of citizens and businesses.
A first reading of the proposed ordinance was held earlier this year, but the final reading and vote was postponed. A vote is now planned for Monday according to the City.
If adopted, the ordinance would replace the current ordinance.