Boil Water Order
Good news for residents of eastern Sunrise who’ve been under a boil water order since Monday. You can now tap into your tap water.
A boil water order has been issued for eastern Sunrise after a water main break. Early Monday, the line at NW 19th Street and NW 60th Avenue developed a leak.
A water main break has forced the city’s residents to boil their water until at least Sunday morning.
Officials in Margate and Coconut Creek are warning their residents to boil their drinking water after well water tests came back positive for traces of fecal matter.
Drink up beachside residents of Hallandale Beach. At 4 p.m. a precautionary boil water order issued Wednesday afternoon was lifted.
Full water service has been restored to Miami Beach residents following a water main break that caused some street flooding Saturday morning, however, there’s also a precautionary boil water advisory for a small number of residents.
The boil water under that had been in place for parts of North Broward County has been lifted.
If you want to wash the car or water the plants you’re good to go in a number of North Broward cities, but if you actually want to drink the water, you’ll have to boil it after routine tests uncovered fecal matter and E.Coli bacteria.
Several cities in Broward County have issued a boil water order for residents after high levels of bacteria were found in one of the county’s wells.
A boil water order has been lifted for parts of Miami Beach just days after construction workers damaged water lines.