These boil water notices have been lifted in the San Antonio areaadmin
We’ll add more updates to this story as they become available
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 Sunday, Feb. 21, 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Below are the notices that are no longer in effect:
- 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boil notice issued for the Bandera County Fresh Water Supply District No. 1, located in Bandera, PWS#0100011, has been rescinded, as of Sunday.
- Some areas of San Antonio can now drink and use their tap water without boiling, San Antonio Water System announced Sunday. Other areas are expected to be released in coming days. To see which areas are released from the boil water notice, view the map here.
- While the notice has been lifted in these areas, SAWS still recommends that customers flush household pipes, ice makers and water fountains at least once prior to using for drinking or cooking. For more information, visit SAWS’ website.
- 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- The boil water notice issued for the entire New Braunfels Utilities service territory has been rescinded.
- The boil water notice issued by the City of Cibolo public water system has been rescinded.
The following map shows the area the notice’s lift applies to:
- 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.
- The boil water notice for the City of Kenedy has been lifted.
We’ll bring more updates to this article as they become available.