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Noise Extension Bylaw Permit

You need a Noise Extension Bylaw Permit in Surrey for constructing, erecting, reconstructing, altering, repairing or demolishing any building, structure or thing or excavating or filling in land which disturbs the quiet, peace, rest, enjoyment, comfort or convenience of the neighbourhood or of persons in the vicinity.

Construction is permitted in Surrey from 7am to 10pm, Monday to Saturday.

How to apply

Complete the Noise Extension Bylaw Permit Application Form and submit the required documents, plans, and fees at the 2nd floor counter at City Hall.

Required documents

Include the following documents with your Noise Extension Bylaw Permit application:

Cost/fees

The Noise Extension Bylaw Permit fee is due at the time of your application.

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  • Noise Definition

    Noise is defined by the City of Surrey's Noise Control By-law, 1982, No. 7044 as any sound in or on a public or private place which disturbs or tends to disturb the rest, enjoyment, comfort or convenience of any person or persons in the neighbourhood or vicinity. Such sounds can include loud music, animal noises (including barking dogs), street vendors or alarms. 

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  • Construction Noise Definition

    Construction Noise is defined as constructing, erecting, reconstructing, altering, repairing or demolishing any building, structure or thing or excavating or filling in land which disturbs the quiet, peace, rest, enjoyment, comfort or convenience of the neighbourhood or of persons in the vicinity.

    Construction Noise is permitted between 7am and 10pm, Monday through Saturday, including statutory holidays. No construction for profit or gain is permitted on Sunday. This means property owners can do construction work on Sunday on their own property, but cannot hire any trades to do construction work on a Sunday.

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