NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES
December 30, 2016 3:05p.m.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BOIL ALERT LIFTED
Please be advised, the boil alert issued on December 29, 2016, by the City of Huron, for areas east of River Road has now been lifted.
The Huron Water Department has restored pressure to the waterline at River Road/Cleveland Road East after making emergency repairs to the water main. Bacteriological testing indicated that no contamination had occurred during depressurization and the water is safe for consumption according to EPA standards.
Public notice is being provided to notify affected customers that the boil alert has been lifted. There are no boil alerts active within the City. If you have any questions please contact the Water Department at 433-9502.
December 29, 2016 11:36A.M.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
The Huron Water Dept. has depressurized the waterline to make an emergency repair to the water main located at River Road and Cleveland Road East. Now that water pressure and service has been restored, all residences east of the location are advised to boil the water for one full minute prior to consumption. This boil alert will remain in effect until further notice, but at least for a 24 hour period.
Once the boil alert has been lifted notification will be provided to the media and posted on social media sources.
If you have any questions please contact the water treatment plant at 433-9502 or 433-5000.