• This page contains an up-to-date list of Active and Lifted precautionary boil advisories. For customers in a small affected area (less than 40 affected customers), EWSU places a door hanger notice on customer doors notifying them of the Precautionary Boil Advisory. For larger areas, the Utility will not place individual door hanger notices on each customer’s door, but will instead notify the local media outlets, consisting of television, radio and newspaper.

While the potential for contamination of the drinking water is unlikely, the Evansville Water Utility is advising customers in the affected area to bring all cooking and drinking water to a complete boil for five (5) minutes before using. Please continue to boil all cooking and drinking water until we notify you that it is no longer necessary.

The Evansville Water Utility is implementing this precautionary boil advisory based upon information within the Water Supply Industry regarding additional precautionary steps that may safeguard the health of public water supply system customers. The conditions regarding this issue and the magnitude of the affected area warrant these additional precautionary measures. We will notify you when the precautionary boil advisory will be lifted.

Further information regarding this issue may be obtained by calling the Water Department / Allens Lane at (812) 421-2130. You can also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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 Active Precautionary Boil Advisories 

Issued:    September 29, 2014

                 East Eichel Avenue from North Fares Avenue to Dead-end and North Harlan Ave. from East Morgon

                 Avenue to East Tennessee Street

 

Issued:    September 29, 2014

                 Fountain Avenue from North 5th Avenue east to North Fulton Avenue.

 

Issued:    September 26, 2014

                 Feltman Drive from petersburg Road north to the dead-end.

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Recently Lifted Precautionary Boil Advisories 

Lifted:    September 28, 2014

                 Runnymede from Lincoln Avenue south to Bellemeade Avenue.

 

Lifted:    September 27, 2014 

                 Washington Avenue from South Evans Avenue east to South Bedford Avenue.

  

Lifted:    September 27, 2014

                 South Bedford Avenue from Washington Avenue south to Adams Avenue.

                South Grand Avenue from Washington Avenue south to Adams Avenue.

                Washington Avenue from South Bedford Avenue east to South Kentucky Avenue.

 

 Lifted:    September 23, 2014

                   Steller Drive from Schutte Road east to the dead-end.

 

Lifted:    September 20, 2014    

                   Park Ridge Dr. from N. Stockwell Rd. north to dead-end.

                   Seasons Pointe from Park Ridge Dr. east to the dead-end.

 

Lifted:    September 19, 2014

                South Epworth Road, 10466 Pollack Ave - Newburgh Health Care Center.

 

Lifted:   September 18,2014

                 Harding Ave. from E. Morgan Ave. north to Maxwell Ave.        

              

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Last updated: 9/29/2014 2:43:49 PM
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