A boil-water notice remains in the Travisso subdivision in Leander after a water line was damaged March 2, according to a city of Leander press release.

The water line was repaired over the weekend, and water samples have been submitted to determine bacterial levels, according to the city. Until test results reveal no trace of coliform or E. coli bacteria, residents are asked to boil water to be used for drinking, cooking or ice making.

The morning of Feb. 28, a water line near Goodnight Trail and Durango Hills in the subdivision was damaged by contractors, affecting water service to the master-planned, 2,118-acre subdivision and Sterling Classical School on Angel Side Drive.