The City of Bowling Green Water Distribution Division will issue a Water Boil Advisory if there is a possibility that contaminants may be introduced into the water system.
Contaminants may enter the water system when a water main is depressurized. The City will make the necessary repairs to restore the water service as soon as possible. After the repairs are made, the water system will be flushed, samples will be taken, and bacteriological testing will be performed to ensure all drinking water standards are met. A Water Boil Advisory will be in effect until 12:00 PM three (3) days after the Advisory is issued. If the Water Boil Advisory needs to be extended, the affected customers will be notified.
The official customer notification for a Water Boil Advisory will be a letter or a door hanger left at the affected building or property. Click here for an example Water Boil Advisory Door Hanger.
Water Boil Advisories and any updates or relevant information will be posted below.
WATER BOIL ADVISORY UPDATE
As of 2/26/2020 at 10:00 am the boil advisory for the following streets has been lifted:
Haskins Rd between W. Wooster and Wallace Ave.
W. Wooster between Haskins rd and Gorrell Ave.
Eberly between W. Wooster and Hankey Ave.
As of 2/26/2020 @ 10:00am the boil advisory for the following streets has been lifted:
Biddle Ave between Clough st and dead end.
Crim st between Clough st and Scott Hamilton ave.