Noise Attenuation Barriers
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
Why is my existing noise barrier on my property?
Answer
This practise was typical among municipalities of the day. Since 2005, subdivision and housing development approvals required all barriers to be located on City property.
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Do I have a privacy fence or a noise barrier?
How can I verify ownership of a noise barrier on my property?
Why is my existing noise barrier on my property?
How do I qualify under the City's noise barrier replacement program?
How do I qualify under the City's retrofit program?
What if two-thirds (66%) "in-favour" through the petition process is not achieved?
Why is my noise barrier not being replaced, while others are?
Can I replace my own noise barrier?
Who has made some of the repairs to exiting noise barriers?
How is the height of the new noise barrier determined?
If I agree to a new noise barrier, and sell my property, who continues to pay?
Is the interest rate, under the amortization payment option, fixed or variable?
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