Marietta Water District boil water advisory repealed

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JULY 20 UPDATE: The Marietta Water District said water samples show that water is safe to drink and that the boil water advisory has been repealed.

GREENVILLE CO., SC (WSPA) – Residents in portions of the Marietta Water District are being asked to boil their water due to possible contamination.

According to the Marietta Water District, water samples from the northern part of their system showed possible E. coli contamination.

Residents should boil their water vigorously for one full minute prior to drinking. Ice made from water which was not boiled should not be used for drinking.

Anyone with questions is asked to call the Marietta Water District at 864-836-6878.

The boil water notice is for residents on these roads in the Marietta Water District:

  • North Forest Circle / South Forest Circle
  • Northview Road
  • Long Shoals Road
  • Skyland Drive
  • Incline Drive
  • Chestnut Ridge Road
  • Lions Park Road
  • Spring Park Road
  • Mount Pilgrim Road
  • Cruell Road
  • Sawmill Road
  • Hartcut Road
  • Woodland Road
  • Glorisa
  • Trammell Road
  • Steven Garrett Road
  • Cleveland Avenue Ext.
  • East Circle Drive
  • Southerlin Road

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