Water Outages and Advisories
Water Outages and Boil Water Advisories
Click here to learn more about water outages and what to do during a Boil Water Advisory.
Current Water Outages
There are no current outages to report.
Current Boil Water Advisories (BWA)
Beginning on the dates below, a Boil Water Advisory will be in effect for the following areas. Not sure if you're affected?
Learn How We Notify Customers of a BWA
Recently Lifted Boil Water Advisories
Planned Construction BWA 9/29/23 @ 7:00 PM - BWA Lifted 10/1/23 @ 7:12 AM
Duval Central Health Plaza - 515 Sixth St. W
- Unplanned BWA 9/27/23 @ 3:00 PM - BWA Lifted 9/30/23 @ 8:52 AM
4979 Morven Rd
4985 Morven Rd
4980 Morven Rd
4325 Yacht Club Rd
4949 Vandiveer Rd
- Planned BWA 9/24/23 @ 10:00 PM - BWA Lifted 9/27/23 @ 8:30 AM
13170 Atlantic Blvd – Harbour Place Shopping Center
-63 Cinco De Mayo
-62 The Liquor Store ||
-61 Harbour Place Animal Clinic
-60 Any Lab Test Now
-59 Sports Clips
-58 State Farm
-56 China 1
-54 Huntington Learning Center
-53 My Eye Dr.
-52 Lucy’s Boutique
-45 Hand and Stone Massage
-43 Papa Murphy’s Pizza
-28 Atlantic Massage
-27 Moda Nails
-26 Siena’s Italian
-24 Ballroom Dancing Acadamy
-22 Jerrys Grille
BWA Causes and Recommendations
A precautionary boil water advisory is issued when there is a possibility that the water pressure in the water system dropped to such an extent that bacteria or foreign matter could have entered the water system. This may be caused by one or more of these reasons:
- A water main break, repair, or system maintenance
- Damage to water lines or systems due to a storm or hurricane or other event
- An electrical power outage to a water plant or facility
A mandatory boil water advisory is issued when sample testing has confirmed the presence of microorganisms in the water supply that can cause illness.
Regardless of the type of boil water advisory issued, customers should bring water to a rolling boil for a minimum of one minute prior to using for drinking, food preparation, or cooking during the advisory period. After precautionary BWAs triggered by
water outages, main breaks or repairs, it is also recommended that customers flush water lines for three minutes after water returns to remove any air and possible sediments from the lines.
Read Our Recommendations for BWAs
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