(a)   Noisy Advertising. No person shall, by ringing a bell or gong, or by using a phonograph or other instrument for producing or reproducing sounds, or by using loud or boisterous language or by any unusual or unreasonable noise whatever, advertise goods, wares, or merchandise for sale, either at auction or in any other manner, or by any such means advertise any show, theater, exhibition, or entertainment to the annoyance and discomfort of persons of ordinary sensibilities.
   (b)   Noisy Machinery. No person shall maintain run, or operate any steam, gas, gasoline, or other engine, boiler, press, machine, or other apparatus so constructed or operated as to make any excessive noise, to the annoyance and discomfort of persons of ordinary sensibilities.
   (c)   Noise-producing Instruments. The use of any device, apparatus, radio, ticker or other noise-making and noise emitting device for general advertising purposes, or for the purpose of soliciting trade or attracting attention to any wares, goods, merchandise, instrument or device offered for sale is prohibited.
(Ord. 71-1991. Passed 6-13-71.)
   (d)   Noise-producing Vehicles. No person shall operate on private property or permit to be operated on private property a snowmobile, all-purpose vehicle, off-highway motorcycle or other similar vehicle which creates such noise, smoke, or dust, as to cause inconvenience, annoyance, or discomfort to any person of ordinary sensibilities. It is prima facie unlawful for a person to operate such vehicles on private property between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. (Ord. 103-2001. Passed 2-28-02.)