Yes, you can get cited for noise pollution when there is a complaint lodged against you through your local police department.
A noise is a nuisance when it materially affects your comfort or quality of life. The noise can be continuous or intermittent but its assessment is based on the concepts of reasonableness and the ‘average person’. Consequently, normal daytime noise would not generally be considered a nuisance even if it was disturbing someone trying to sleep during the day. Examples of noise pollution are – it is too loud, too intrusive, at the wrong time or having a particularly irritating characteristic such as a repetitive bass beat or a high pitch whine.
The citation below is an example from the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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