Boil water notice lifted for Hutto

The city of Hutto announced Feb. 23 that the boil water notice has ended for all Hutto residents. (Courtesy Pexels)
The city of Hutto announced Feb. 23 that the boil water notice has ended for all Hutto residents. (Courtesy Pexels)

The city of Hutto announced Feb. 23 that the boil water notice has ended for all Hutto residents. (Courtesy Pexels)

The city of Hutto lifted its boil water notice Feb. 23. The notice was issued Feb. 17 as a result of the city using water from another local system.

The water system is now fully functioning and passed the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality use requirements, according to a city update at 4:31 p.m. Feb. 23. The water has been deemed safe for consumption.


Recommended cleaning procedures for potentially compromised water sources following a lifted boil notice 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”;

  • water softeners: run a regeneration cycle; and

  • reverse-osmosis units: replace pre-filters.






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