Precautionary Boil Water Advisories Issued For Two Areas lifted

Saturday, September 29, 2018

The precautionary boil water advisories that were issued Friday, Sept. 28 for two areas after a brief power issue at the city’s high service pump station at the Collins Park Water Treatment Plant have been lifted. Water samples taken from the two areas were tested and showed the water is safe.

The boil water advisories were cancelled at 11:15 a.m. today, Saturday, Sept. 29.

As a precaution, because of a possible drop in water pressure within the two areas, the city issued the boil water advisories.

The two areas affected by the precautionary boil advisories were bounded by the following:

The north side of Central Avenue from Corey Road to Holland Sylvania Road; the east side of Holland Sylvania Road from Central Avenue to Sylvania Avenue; the south side of Sylvania Avenue from Holland Sylvania Road to Corey Road; the west side of Corey Road from Sylvania Avenue to Central Avenue. The area includes Wildwood Preserve Metropark. Florence Road from East Broadway to Oak Street; Oak Street from Florence Road to the railroad tracks; East Broadway from Florence Road to the railroad tracks. The railroad tracks is the northern border.