Martinsville boil water notice after water main break - WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

UPDATE: Martinsville boil water notice lifted

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MARTINSVILLE, VA -

Monday, July 15th

The Virginia Department of Health has lifted the boil water advisory.

 

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Friday, July 12th

City of Martinsville news release

Due to a water main break in the vicinity of Bridge Street and Memorial Blvd, the City of Martinsville in conjunction with the Henry/Martinsville Health Department and the Virginia Department of Health is issuing a boil water notice to residents.

Customers in the affected areas are warned to use bottle water or boil their tap water for 1 minute before drinking or using for cooking until further notice.

The following areas are affected by the notice:

Memorial Blvd. from Bridge Street west to Fayette Street and side streets including, Henry Street, Sellers Street, Salem Street, Lavinder Street and Manilla Street.

Bridge Street from the intersection of Memorial Blvd. north to Market Street, including Lavinder Street, Winston Street, Railroad Street, South Moss Street, Cemetery Street, Sutherlin Street and South College Street.

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