This provides a portal for several frequently asked questions about noise complaints.
How To Complain About A Particular Flight
If a plane flies over your house and it’s super loud, here’s what you do.
Port Of Seattle Noise Office (206) 787-6793
They operate the airport. To make a complaint, you can either:
The first time you complain, you’ll need to register a phone number to get into their database. After that, it’s a fairly quick process.
This is a popular phone ‘app’ and website which makes it extremely easy to register noise complaints: Airnoise.io
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