By Jon Delano

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The City Council Noise Task Force has created a “Noise Line” in order to gather input from Pittsburgh residents about noise issues around the city. Councilman Bruce Kraus and Councilman Patrick Dowd, who co-chair the City Council Noise Task Force, announced the new line and website on May 27.

City officials say they will use the input “to help shape new municipal noise legislation.”

The Noise Line will be open now through the following six weeks. They are urging Pittsburghers to phone, text or write about any issues of noise pollution.

How to contact the Noise Task Force:
Phone and text messages: (412) 223-7620
Postal delivery:
c/o Councilman Patrick Dowd
510 City County Building
414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219

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