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All boil water notices have been rescinded, effective Sept. 18

All boil water notices have been rescinded, effective Sept. 18
September 18
16:28 2018

According to Houston Satterwhite, the City of Breckenridge’s Public Works Director and Assistant City Manger, all boil water notices in the city have been canceled, effective Tuesday, Sept. 18.

The Boil Water Rescind Notice applies to all boil water notices that had been issued by the City of Breckenridge prior to Sept. 18, including the one issued on Friday, Sept. 14, that included water customers located in the area on the north side of West Walker up to the northern city limits and from North Court Street to the west city limits; and from Sunset to 3099 South, as well as the one issued on Sept. 11 that included the area from North Panther Street to North Harvey Street and from West Jeannette Street to West Second Street.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the City of Breckenridge to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform water customers that due to current interruption in service, water from the system needed to be boiled prior to consumption. The necessary corrective actions was taken to restore adequate pressure, disinfectant levels, and/or bacteriological quality, and the City has provided TCEQ with testing results indicating that the water no longer requires boiling.

For more information, call the City Offices at 254-559-8287 or the Water Office at 254-559- 7249.

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