The concept of urban sustainability involves complex issues such as, civil services, social participation, resilience, productivity, health and development into a multi-level approach of environmental, social and productivity sectors. Viewing environmental noise as part of urban dynamics is essential. However it is almost absent, or underestimated in most of current environmental, social and health policies in the developing world. Efforts to investigate noise pollution towards analysis, regulation, fulfillment, inspection and fines, contribute in a positive way to improve acoustic quality within urban communities. Therefore the ultimate goal to decision makers is to consider noise as a key issue, when establishing or discussing management policies of urban areas, and to transfer the approach to lower levels with preventive and educational measures, rather than restrictive or prohibited, in order to attain sustainability of urban communities.