Holly Hill Rescinds City-Wide Boil Water Notice, Says Water Is Safe To Drink

By on July 18, 2017 in WNDB News

Holly Hill, FL – Update: The city-wide boil water notice issued in Holly Hill has been lifted.

According to a public notice on the city’s website, the precautionary boil water notice, which was issued on July 17, was rescinded on July 20.

The water plant had to be temporarily shut down as a broken water main on LPGA Blvd. was repaired. Bacteriological surveys showed there was no contamination and the water is safe to drink.

Earlier Reporting:

The City of Holly Hill Public Works Department has issued a boil water notice to all residents who get wet water from the city’s water service.

The boil water notice was issued on Monday night due to a large leak. Crews repaired that leak on LPGA Blvd. but the city’s water will be tested for two consecutive days to make sure there is no bacteriological contamination.

If you have questions or concerns call the Holly Hill Public Works Department at 386-248-9463.

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