I know what you mean. Here are some tips - please forgive me if some are obvious or you've tried them already.
* Meditate in the early morning when everyone is still asleep.
* Don't meditate at all when noise is present or imminent. Read something and if it's still disturbing your reading, use earplugs (I use earplugs a lot!) and/or use a fan/white noise machine.
* See what you can do about blocking/damping sound into your meditation space. You can block the slit under your door with some soundproofing material. Or if you're at the end of a hallway or similar space, you can use a tension rod and fasten a heavy blanket to it to dampen sound.
* Don't try to develop deep concentration when there is noise or when you know that noise is imminent. When doing vipassana or satipatthana, distractions aren't as bothersome and can simply be looked at through the lens of insight or mindfulness.
* Try experimenting with different meditations when there is noise until you find one that allows you to be at relative peace even with the noise.
* If possible, meditate elsewhere/outside or move to a new residence.
* If you plan on living on your own in the future, remembering that you won't have to bear this particular annoyance forever will make it easier to accept.
Hope that helps!