Generator Use During an Emergency
Posted 3:51 p.m.
Under the declaration of emergency, the use of generators is authorized beyond 9 p.m. until the emergency is lifted. They can run for several straight days during the emergency. After the state of emergency is lifted, regular noise ordinance rules must be followed.
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