Noise Ordinances

  1. 4 - Compression Brakes - Park Falls

    No person should use motor vehicle brakes within the City that are in any way activated or operated by the compression of an engine of any such motor vehicle or any unit or part thereof.

  2. 62 - Prohibiting Motor Vehicle Compression Brakes

    No person shall use motor vehicle brakes which are in any way activated or operated by the compression of the engine of the motor vehicle.

  3. 71 - Compression (Jake) Brakes - Cambria

    No Person shall use motor vehicle brakes within the Village that are in any way activated, or operated by the compression of an engine of any such motor vehicle or any unit or part thereof.

  4. 86 - Use of Railroad Whistles - Spencer

    No railroad company or any of its agents, servants or employees, shall blow or cause to be blown any whistle or horn, or use any bell, within the limits of the Village, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.

  5. 110 - Use of Compression Brakes - Lancaster

    The City Council of the City of Lancaster, Wisconsin, finds that the use of motor vehicles brakes which are activated or operated by the compression of the engine of a motor vehicle disturbs and disrupts the public peace and quiet and, therefore, finds that it would be in the best interest of public .

  6. 111- Use of Compression (Jake) Brakes - Tomahawk

    No person shall use motor vehicle brakes within the City of Tomahawk which are in any way activated or operated by the compression of the engine of any motor vehicle or any unit or part thereof.

  7. 112 - Compression (Jake) Brakes - Neshkoro

    This ordinance prohibits the use of compression or Jake brakes within the village of Neshkoro.

  8. 146 - Sound Producing Devices - Merrill

    Learn about the impounding, seizure and forfeiture of sound producing devices within Merrill.

  9. 172 - Railroad Quiet Zone - Shorewood Hills

    The the Village of Shorewood Hills has five railroad crossings within the Village limits that pass through residential and commercial areas of the Village, and Whereas current safety practices require the railroad to sound whistles at each crossing.