Boil water advisory lifted

The water boil advisory caused by two breaks of water mains in the city of Williamsport has been lifted, according to a Williamsport Municipal Water Authority press release.

Customers of the Williamsport Municipal Water Authority were notified on Thursday of a problem with the drinking water and were advised to boil the water. The following locations were affected by this boil water advisory:

• Hillside Avenue from Fox Hollow Road to West Fourth Street

• West Fourth Street from Millionaire Drive to Daugherty’s Run Road

• Wahoo Drive (all)

• Towncrest Road (all)

• West End Terrace, including Terrace Lane, Centreline Avenue, Laurel Run Circle and Wisteria Lane

• Nicely Lane from West Fourth Street to Fox Hollow Road, including Williamsport Area High School and Williamsport Area Middle School (Roosevelt Middle School)

“We are pleased to report that the problem has been corrected and that it is no longer necessary to boil the water. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience. The water main has been repaired and the pipe has been properly flushed to correct the problem,” authority staff stated, according to a press release.

Water testing results indicate that the water is acceptable.

Customers may contact the Williamsport Municipal Water Authority at 570-323-6148 with any questions.


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