Pearland and Friendswood are not affected by the city of Houston's boil-water notice issued Nov. 27, according to releases from the cities.

An alert on the city of Friendswood’s official website states that the city is not under a boil-water notice as of 9:38 a.m. Nov. 28. The power outage that occurred at the Houston East Water Purification Plant at 10:30 a.m Nov. 27 did not affect Friendswood because it obtains its water supply from the southeast water plant, according to the statement.

“If you have a Friendswood address but receive your water bill from a different provider, please check with that provider regarding your water quality status,” a statement from the city said.

A Facebook post from the city of Pearland's page also stated Pearland was not under a boil-water notice as of 10:19 p.m. Nov. 27.

The post stated Pearland Water is monitoring the situation and providing updates as they become available.

Friendswood and Pearland were included in a list of cities released by Houston Public Works, indicating customers may be affected by the boil notice. The release stated customers “should follow guidance from their jurisdiction to determine if they should adhere to the boil water notice.”

The power outage at the East Water Purification Plant caused a drop in water pressure, allowing for possible pollutants to enter the water in the affected areas.

This article will be updated with additional information if either city’s water status changes.