City of Warren, PA
Warren County
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[Adopted 3-23-1933 by Ord. No. 207 (Ch. 10, Part 2A, of the 1997 Code of Ordinances)]
[Amended 12-12-1988 by Ord. No. 1491; 4-9-1990 by Ord. No. 1511]
No person shall make or cause, permit or allow to be made any noise of any kind by crying, calling or shouting, or by means of any whistle, rattle, gong, drum, horn or similar mechanical device, for the purpose of advertising any goods, wares or merchandise or attracting the attention or inviting the patronage of any person to any business whatever in the City of Warren, excepting vending of prepackaged food items from a vehicle, in which case a bell may be used to attract patrons.
[Amended 12-12-1988 by Ord. No. 1491]
No person shall play or cause, permit or allow to be played any phonograph, talking machine, radio or similar instrument upon or near any public highway or in front of any place of business, or in that part of any place of business that faces to the sidewalk, or in a manner so as to annoy the general public upon the streets or the residents or those doing business in the neighborhood, or to make any unseemly noise or disturbance to the annoyance of the general public or the residents nearby or those doing business in the neighborhood in the City of Warren.
[Amended 5-17-1974 by Ord. No. 1037; 12-12-1988 by Ord. No. 1491]
Nothing in this article shall prohibit or prevent the operation of sound trucks for noncommercial purposes under permit as authorized by ordinance of the City.
[Amended 5-17-1974 by Ord. No. 1037; 12-8-1997 by Ord. No. 1622]
Any person who shall violate any provision of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding $600 plus costs and, in default of payment thereof, shall be subject to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 30 days. Each day that a violation of this article continues shall constitute a separate offense.