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Salem Issues Limited Area Boil Water Notice

Water pressure was interrupted to approximately 65 homes.

Salem boil water
Water sample results are expected by mid-day Friday, May 27.

(SALEM, Ore.) - If you live between Harlandale Estates/Bramble Hills on Barnes Avenue SE Between Stroh Lane SE and Commercial Street SE, this affects you.

At approximately 10:20 p.m., May 25, 2016, a vehicle struck a fire hydrant on Barnes Avenue SE. To mitigate damage caused by water flowing from the broken fire hydrant, maintenance crews had to shut down the water main.

This caused water pressure to be interrupted to approximately 65 homes in the Harlandale Estates/Bramble Hills area on Barnes Avenue SE, between Stroh Lane SE and Commercial Street SE in the City of Salem.

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No other areas of the water system were affected by the pressure interruption.

Oregon Health Authority rules require a Boil Water Notice be issued as a precautionary measure if system pressure is lost.

This notice will be in effect until water within the affected area is verified safe by bacteriological testing.

Water Services staff are hand delivering notices to all affected customers. Water sample results are expected by mid-day Friday, May 27, 2016. Notices will be delivered to the affected customers following results of the water samples.

If you need help understanding this information, please call 503-588-6211.

Esta notificación contiene información importante acerca de un aviso de hervir agua. Si necesita ayuda para comprender esta información, por favor llame 503-588-6211.


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