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These boil water notices have been lifted in the San Antonio area

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Boil water notice issued as city of Kerrville experiences ‘unprecedented strain’ on water system
Boil water notice issued as city of Kerrville experiences ‘unprecedented strain’ on water system

SAN ANTONIO – Millions of residents across the state and in the San Antonio region have had to undergo a boil water notice following this week’s winter storm.

However, as of Tuesday, Feb. 23, some of these notices have since been lifted, which means there is no longer a need to boil water prior to consumption.

Below are the notices that are no longer in effect:

Bandera County

  • The boil notice issued for the Bandera County Fresh Water Supply District No. 1, located in Bandera, PWS#0100011, has been rescinded, as of Sunday.

Bexar County

  • SAWS customers in San Antonio can now drink and use their tap water without boiling, San Antonio Water System announced Tuesday.
  • The boil water notice for the City of Lytle has been lifted.
  • East Central Special Utility District is rescinding its boil water notice. The District met all TCEQ conditions required to return to normal water use. Customers no longer need to boil water before consumption.
  • The boil water notice for the Coolcrest Public Water System, PWSID 0150046, has been lifted.

Comal County

  • The boil water notice issued for the entire New Braunfels Utilities service territory has been rescinded.
  • Do Not Drink Order lifted for the 570 customers in the Cypress Springs on the Guadalupe, Lantana Ridge, Woods of Spring Branch and Riverwood Estates subdivisions

Gillespie County

  • Boil Water Notice Rescinded for customers in the Oakview water system, Public Water System ID No. 0860107, located in Gillespie County.

Guadalupe County

  • The boil water notice issued by the City of Cibolo public water system has been rescinded.
  • The boil water notice for Green Valley Special Utilities District has been rescinded.

Hays County

  • Effective Sunday, February 21, the City of San Marcos has lifted the boil water advisory for all City of San Marcos water customers as testing has confirmed that our water is safe to drink.

Karnes County

  • The boil water notice for the City of Kenedy has been lifted.

Kerr County

  • The boil water notice for the City of Kerrville has been lifted. The city recommends that customers flush their water lines, water fountains and ice machines for five minutes if possible. Water heaters may take more than five minutes, but should also be flushed.
  • Boil Water Notice Rescinded for customers in the Woodhaven Mobile Home Park water system, Public Water System ID No. 1330024, located in Kerr County.
  • Boil Water Notice Rescinded for customers in the Hills & Dales water system, Public Water System ID No. 1330030, located in Kerr County.
  • Boil Water Notice Rescinded for customers in the Oak Ridge Estates water system, Public Water System ID No. 1330134, located in Kerr County.
  • The boil water notice for the Center Point public Water System, PWSID 1330007, has been lifted.
  • The boil water notice for the Woodhaven Mobile Home Park Public Water System, PWSID 1330024, has been lifted.

Medina County

  • The Boil Water Notice for East Medina County Special Utility District in Medina County has been rescinded.
  • The boil water notice for the City of Natalia Public Water System, PWSID 1630009 has been rescinded.
  • The boil water notice for the Rocky Creek Subdivision, PWSID 1630038, has been lifted.

RELATED: Here are the boil water notices in the San Antonio area


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