HUTTO, Texas — Residents in the City of Hutto no longer have to boil water following lab test results as of Sept. 25.

"Throughout this advisory there was no confirmed contamination of the public water distribution system," Hutto said in a Facebook post. "The Boil Water Notice was issued as a precaution. Although not required, we are suggesting you run your faucet for approximately one minute."

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City officials explained that Saturday's storm and flooding damaged Hutto's main water supply line. Public Works crews worked throughout the night to identify and repair the damaged lines, officials said.

By 9 a.m. Sunday, they said conditions existed that urged them to ask citizens to refrain from using water unless necessary and the boil water alert was issued.

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“Our teams [are] working diligently to restore water service to our normal level of operations, and I’m proud to say that they identified the source of the break and were able to restore water pressure at approximately 3 p.m. Sunday,” Odis Jones, Hutto city manager, previously said. “We thank our citizens for their patience and will update when the boil water notice is lifted.”

Hutto residents were previously advised to not "drink, make ice or brush teeth with tap water unless it has been boiled, until further notice."

Customers in the following subdivisions were under the boil water notice:

  • Brushy Creek Meadows
  • Carmel Creek
  • Carol Meadows
  • Clarks Crossing
  • Cottonwood
  • Country Estates
  • Creek Bend
  • Creekside Estates
  • Emory Farms
  • The Enclave at Brushy Creek
  • Glenwood, Hutto Crossing
  • Hutto Square
  • Legends of Hutto
  • Meadows of Creekbend
  • Mager Meadows
  • Old Town
  • Sturm Parke

Click here for more information from the City of Hutto.