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Pinal County does have an ordinance that regulates excessive noise. This ordinance applies only to areas within unincorporated areas of the county. If you wish to complain about noise in any incorporated city, town or Indian reservation, you must contact the Law Enforcement authorities of that location.
There are several activities in which noise levels are regulated. These activities are Land Use, Vehicles, Radios and Sound, and Construction and Other Projects. There are also items that are exempt from the ordinance. For complete information, refer to the attached copy of the ordinance.
Also listed in the ordinance are noises and activities that are exempt from restrictions. These include landscape equipment, crowd noises, emergency vehicles, bands at churches, aircraft and trains, and other activities. (See ordinance for a complete list of exemptions.) Penalties for violation of this ordinance are documented. See the ordinance for civil penalties listed.
If you notice a sign down or missing or a traffic signal that is not Operating correctly please contact Public Works Maintenance and they will take the information place a work order to have it fixed. If you are calling after hours then you may contact the Sheriff’s office (non- emergency) and they will pass along the information.