If you are adjusting to new living spaces during the first few weeks of the fall term, it is important to do your best to be a good neighbour.
If you are planning any gatherings, be sure to remain respectful of your neighbours by limiting the number of guests, keeping noise levels low and cleaning up after yourself.
Excessive noise at any time of the day is illegal if it is considered a nuisance by your neighbours. While volume levels should be considered at all times, if you are hosting a gathering, plan on taking the extra steps of letting your neighbours know about the gathering in advance and reminding your guests to be considerate of the community. This is especially important to consider if your gathering is taking place outdoors due to COVID-19 regulations.
Ensure you are following gathering rules and adhering to COVID-19 public health measures. Please visit Carleton’s COVID-19 website for up-to-date information on COVID-19 protocols and guidance on keeping our community safe.
It is also important to stay safe if you or your guests are using drugs or alcohol. The Student Affairs office offers resources for safer substance use.
If we are considerate of those around us, we can all have a good and safe time!
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