Should you experience an outage of your water service, please review the boil advisory information below. Del-Co will issue an automated call to customers involved in an outage and who should boil their water. Having the most current contact number on file is important to our ability to reach you in the event of a boil water notice.
Updated: 1/15/21 at 2:50 p.m.
DEL-CO WATER HAS ONE BOIL NOTIFICATION EXTENSION IN EFFECT AT THIS TIME.
BOIL NOTIFICATION EXTENSION UPDATE
5261 Wilson Rd
5496 – 5906 Sr Rt 61 N
It has become necessary for Del-Co Water to extend the previous boil notification for these customers from Friday, January 15, 2021 at 5 p.m. to Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 5 p.m.
777, 801 & 1001 W. Cherry St
10393 ST RT 37 E
Upon restoration of the water supply, Del-Co recommends these customers boil water used for cooking and drinking as a precautionary measure until Friday, January 15, 2020 at 4 p.m.
Please also see Planned Outages for additional advisories.
During a boil advisory:
Do not consume tap water that has not been disinfected, ice or drinks made from tap water that has not been disinfected, or raw foods rinsed with tap water that has not been disinfected. Disinfect water by: Boiling at a rolling boil for 1 minute
Safe alternative sources of potable water include bottled, treated or distilled water.
Upon rescinding of a boil advisory:
Flush household pipes/faucets: follow the directions of your water utility (in the newspaper, radio, or television) or, as general guidance, run cold water faucets for 3 minutes each if they have not been used in the last 24 hours.
Flush home automatic icemakers: make three batches of ice cubes and discard all three batches.
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