WINTER PARK, Fla. — A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for water utility customers in parts of Winter Park, city officials said Tuesday.
- Parts of Winter Park affected by boil water notice
- Boil water notice due to water main break
- Notice effective until repairs completed, water safe to use
The affected areas begin at Lee Road and Eggleston Avenue, and extends north and northwest to parts of Kingswood Manor, Queenswood Manor, Asbury Park, Forest Edge Apartments, and Lake Weston Apartments, according to a city news release.
The boil water notice reportedly stemmed from an 8-inch water main break that caused complete water outages in some areas and low water pressure in others.
The City of Winter Park says they recommend that all water used for “drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth, or washing dishes” be boiled for at least one minute. They also recommended using bottled water.
Officials say the precautionary boil water notice is effective until repairs on the water main are completed and that water is safe to drink.
For questions, officials say call the City of Winter Park Water and Wastewater Utilities Dept. at 407-599-3219.