HAYS COUNTY, Texas — The boil water notice that went into effect on Sept. 24 has been rescinded for some Plum Creek residents in eastern Hays County. Affected neighborhoods included Green Pastures, Rolling Hills, Windy Hills and Dove Hills, according to Texas Water Utilities.
A main water break on Sept. 24 caused a service outage to some residents on the east side of Interstate 35, the utility said. Bacteriological samples will be collected as soon as conditions improve.
Residents that were in the affected area no longer have to boil their water prior to consumption, including drinking, cooking, ice-making and brushing teeth.
The public water system provided TCEQ with laboratory test results that show the water no longer requires boiling before human consumption, according to a press release.
Those with questions are asked to call the utility at 1-866-654-7992 or check the boil water notice section of swwc.com.
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