FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – For residents who get their water from Fort Lauderdale there’s good news – it’s now safe to drink in most areas.

Residents who live on certain streets in Harbor Beach, Harbor Inlet, Harbour Isles, or the Breakwater Surf Homes should still boil their water.

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Wilton Manors has also lifted its boil water notice as have Tamarac for Tamarac Lakes 1 and 2 subdivisions.

The boil water notice issued for portions of Oakland Park is still in effect for the following areas:
Andrews west to I-95, Prospect south to Oakland Park Blvd and including Milbrant Industrial Area located between Powerline Road and I-95, north of Prospect Road

Dixie Highway east to Cherry Creek, NE 38 Street south to City Limits, middle river canal (C-13)

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All other areas of Oakland Park can use their water.

Residents of Dave, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, and Sea Ranch Lakes should check with their city about the current status.

The boil water notice was issued last week after a 42-inch water main at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport was damaged by a subcontractor for FPL. The water main break affected more than 220,000 Fort Lauderdale water customers.

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Residents with questions can call the 24-Hour Customer Service Call Center at 954-828-8000.