The city of Pflugerville announced Feb. 24 that the boil water notice has ended for all Pflugerville residents, regardless of their water provider. City of Pflugerville, Manville Water Supply Corporation and SouthWest Water Company customers can now use their water normally.
Previous remaining areas of the boil water notice included Lakeside Water Control and Imporvement Districts No. 2A, 2B, 2C and 2D, along with Kelly Lane WCID No. 1 and 2. These regions—which include the Blackhawk, Reserve at Westcreek and Avalon neighborhoods—now may consume water normally without prior boiling required.
City officials said they had verified lifted notices for SouthWest Water Company and Manville Water Supply Corporation Feb. 24.
For more information on cleaning procedures for water filtration systems post-notice, click here.
The city of Pflugerville announced Feb. 23 that it has ended the boil water notice for city water customers. The notice was issued Feb. 15 as a result of a power outage at the city's water treatment plant.
Portions of Pflugerville still remain under a boil water notice, outlined in red here. The areas still requiring boiling prior to water consumption include:
- Lakeside Water Control and Improvement Districts No. 2A, 2B, 2C and 2D (including Blackhawk and the Reserve at Westcreek communities)
- Kelly Lane WCID No. 1 and 2 (Avalon region)
An update by the city of Pflugerville at 6 p.m. on Feb. 23 stated that the boil water notice has been lifted for the Lakeside Municipal Utility District No. 3 (Commons at Rowe Lane neighborhood) and Lakeside WCID No. 1.
For residents no longer under a boil water notice, water customers may use water as normal. Recommended cleaning procedures for potentially compromised water sources include:
- flushing household pipes, faucets;
- dumping existing ice and flushing water feed lines; flush lines by making and disposing three batches of ice;
- hot water heaters, water coolers, inline filters: run enough water to replace "at least one full volume of all lines and tanks," per the release;
- water softeners: run a regeneration cycle; and
- reverse osmosis units: replace pre-filters.
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