Boil Water Advisory Lifted for Danbury
The Mayor's office has lifted its Boil Water Advisory for the resident's of Danbury.
While the water main break that occurred on Monday, April 23, 2018 at Tamarack Avenue and Hayestown Road has been repaired, officials are telling residents and business establishments to flush water through their systems. All faucets, inside and outside of homes and businesses, refrigerators with ice dispensers, water filtering systems, showers, etc.
Danbury officials warn that failure to clear out water systems could result in stomach and/or intestinal illnesses. Residents must make sure that they unscrew the aerator and turn on each cold water faucet slowly. Water should run for five minutes. Once that is done, the aerator should be cleaned with dish soap before reinstalling onto your faucet. If you notice any solid substances in the aerator, clean it with vinegar.
Complete instructions on what actions should be followed in order to clean pipes are on the City's website which you can access by clicking here.
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