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What District Am I In? Update 3: The Boil Water Alert recently issued for all city water customers in the Forest Oaks area is no longer in effect. Sampling and bacteriological testing confirm that the water is safe for all uses. Unfortunately the line failed early Wednesday morning, December 16, close to the original break. Water Resources staff isolated the break believes all customers should have restored water service. The City plans to begin a more holistic repair of the line when weather and site conditions improve.
Water Resources apologizes for the inconvenience this causes customers and appreciates their patience. Update 1: The Boil Water Alert is still in effect and will remain in effect through tomorrow evening, Wednesday, December This will be based on bacteriological samples gathered.
The system is being flushed and samples gathered to confirm disinfectant levels are stable. Effective immediately, the City of Greensboro Water Resources Department has issued a boil water notice to all customers in the Forest Oaks area.
This area is experiencing periods of low pressure and outages in the distribution system due to an unidentified line break since approximately 6 pm, Monday, December Periods of low or no pressure in the distribution system increases the potential for back siphonage and introduction of bacteria into the water system.
Until further notice, Greensboro water customers in the Forest Oaks area should use bottled water or bring tap water to a rolling boil for one minute before drinking, cooking, brushing teeth, making ice, cleaning dishes, preparing infant formula and juices, washing fruits, vegetables, and foods.
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