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Raintree Harbor Precautionary Boil Water Notice 11/10/22

Raintree Harbor PWS# 335-4687 No incoming commercial power due to Hurricane Nicole Entire system affected – 110 connections Power Company was notified and responding

Date: November 10, 2022 @ 6:30am PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE A loss of pressure has occurred in your water system. As a precaution, upon return of service, we advise that all water used for drinking or cooking be boiled. A rolling boil of one 1ninute is sufficient. As an alternative, bottled water may be used. If you have any questions, you n1ay contact U.S. Water Services Oper­ations at 727-848-8292, ext

Citrus Waterworks BWN 10/26/22

Backwater Heights

PWS ID # 609-0099

Citrus County

10/26/2022

Due to the Well motor shorting to the ground, a loss of
water pressure was experienced throughout the distribution system.

System wide boil water notice was issued, and staff are
mobilizing and delivering boil water notices to each affected resident on 10/26/2022.

Connections affected: 
107

Country Walk BWN Rescind

Due to a problem within your water system caused by the recent storm, a loss of water pressure was experienced throughout the distribution system.

We have received notification on 10/10/22 from the lab that all clearance samples collected have returned satisfactory. The boil water can now be rescinded.

 

Collier BWN 9/29/22

PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER
NOTICE

Facility Name: ___Collier _____________________________

Due to a problem within your water system caused by the
recent storm, a loss of water pressure was experienced throughout the
distribution system. 

Water pressure keeps pollutants from entering the
underground pipes that bring drinking water to your house or business.  When the pressure is lost, contaminants can
seep into the pipes.  As a precaution, it
is important to disinfect tap water to kill any bacteria or viruses that may
have entered the water or use an alternative source of water (bottled
water). 

Under a boil water notice, water used for consumption can
be disinfected by the following methods:

Bringing the water to a rolling boil and holding it there
for one (1) minute, Using a disinfecting chemical. If you cannot boil water,
you should put eight (8) drops of common household bleach (unscented) which is
about 1/8th teaspoon, into one (1) gallon of tap water, then shake
it, and allow it to stand for 30 minutes before drinking.  If the water is cloudy, use sixteen (16)
drops, about 1/4 teaspoon of bleach instead of 8, shake it, and let it stand
for 30 minutes.  There should be a slight
chlorine odor.  Use common household
bleach that has 5% to 8% active ingredients. 
Use food grade containers. 

You can also buy commercial bottled water for consumption
and food preparation as an alternative. 

Consumption includes brushing teeth, washing fruits and
vegetables, and homemade ice.  Tap water
may be used for showering, baths, shaving and washing, so long as care is taken
not to swallow or allow water in eyes or nose or mouth.  Children and disabled individuals should have
their bath supervised to ensure water is not ingested. The time spent bathing
should be minimized.  Though the risk of
illness is minimal, individuals who have recent surgical wounds, are
immunosuppressed, or have a chronic illness may want to consider using bottled
or boiled water (that has cooled) for cleansing until the notice is lifted.

This “Precautionary Boil Water Notice” will remain in effect
until a bacteriological survey shows that the water is safe to drink, at which
point the boil water notice will be rescinded. 

If you have any questions about the testing for bacteria,
please contact U.S. Water Services at (727) 848-8292. Testing normally takes
2-3 days from the time water pressure is restored or the emergency condition is
corrected to complete.

Country Walk BWN 9/29/22

PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER
NOTICE

Facility Name: _____Country
Walk_____________________________

PWS ID (Permit #) __628-4114_____________________________

Due to a problem within your water system caused by the
recent storm, a loss of water pressure was experienced throughout the
distribution system. 

Water pressure keeps pollutants from entering the
underground pipes that bring drinking water to your house or business.  When the pressure is lost, contaminants can
seep into the pipes.  As a precaution, it
is important to disinfect tap water to kill any bacteria or viruses that may
have entered the water or use an alternative source of water (bottled
water). 

Under a boil water notice, water used for consumption can
be disinfected by the following methods:

Bringing the water to a rolling boil and holding it there
for one (1) minute, Using a disinfecting chemical. If you cannot boil water,
you should put eight (8) drops of common household bleach (unscented) which is
about 1/8th teaspoon, into one (1) gallon of tap water, then shake
it, and allow it to stand for 30 minutes before drinking.  If the water is cloudy, use sixteen (16)
drops, about 1/4 teaspoon of bleach instead of 8, shake it, and let it stand
for 30 minutes.  There should be a slight
chlorine odor.  Use common household
bleach that has 5% to 8% active ingredients. 
Use food grade containers. 

You can also buy commercial bottled water for consumption
and food preparation as an alternative. 

Consumption includes brushing teeth, washing fruits and
vegetables, and homemade ice.  Tap water
may be used for showering, baths, shaving and washing, so long as care is taken
not to swallow or allow water in eyes or nose or mouth.  Children and disabled individuals should have
their bath supervised to ensure water is not ingested. The time spent bathing
should be minimized.  Though the risk of
illness is minimal, individuals who have recent surgical wounds, are
immunosuppressed, or have a chronic illness may want to consider using bottled
or boiled water (that has cooled) for cleansing until the notice is lifted.

This “Precautionary Boil Water Notice” will remain in effect
until a bacteriological survey shows that the water is safe to drink, at which
point the boil water notice will be rescinded. 

If you have any questions about the testing for bacteria,
please contact U.S. Water Services at (727) 848-8292. Testing normally takes
2-3 days from the time water pressure is restored or the emergency condition is
corrected to complete.

Leisure Lake Utilities BWN 9/29/22

PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER
NOTICE

Facility Name: _____Leisure
Lake Utilities_____________________________

PWS ID (Permit #) __628-0064_____________________________

Due to a problem within your water system caused by the
recent storm, a loss of water pressure was experienced throughout the
distribution system. 

Water pressure keeps pollutants from entering the
underground pipes that bring drinking water to your house or business.  When the pressure is lost, contaminants can
seep into the pipes.  As a precaution, it
is important to disinfect tap water to kill any bacteria or viruses that may
have entered the water or use an alternative source of water (bottled
water). 

Under a boil water notice, water used for consumption can
be disinfected by the following methods:

Bringing the water to a rolling boil and holding it there
for one (1) minute, Using a disinfecting chemical. If you cannot boil water,
you should put eight (8) drops of common household bleach (unscented) which is
about 1/8th teaspoon, into one (1) gallon of tap water, then shake
it, and allow it to stand for 30 minutes before drinking.  If the water is cloudy, use sixteen
(16) drops, about 1/4 teaspoon of bleach instead of 8, shake it, and let it
stand for 30 minutes.  There should be a
slight chlorine odor.  Use common
household bleach that has 5% to 8% active ingredients.  Use food grade containers. 

You can also buy commercial bottled water for consumption
and food preparation as an alternative. 

Consumption includes brushing teeth, washing fruits and
vegetables, and homemade ice.  Tap water
may be used for showering, baths, shaving and washing, so long as care is taken
not to swallow or allow water in eyes or nose or mouth.  Children and disabled individuals should have
their bath supervised to ensure water is not ingested. The time spent bathing
should be minimized.  Though the risk of
illness is minimal, individuals who have recent surgical wounds, are
immunosuppressed, or have a chronic illness may want to consider using bottled
or boiled water (that has cooled) for cleansing until the notice is lifted.

This “Precautionary Boil Water Notice” will remain in
effect until a bacteriological survey shows that the water is safe to drink, at
which point the boil water notice will be rescinded. 

If you have any questions about the testing for bacteria,
please contact U.S. Water Services at (727) 848-8292. Testing normally takes
2-3 days from the time water pressure is restored or the emergency condition is
corrected to complete.