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  • City of Lewisburg Issues Boil Water Advisory for Specific Areas


    The City of Lewisburg, under the guidance of the Greenbrier County Homeland Security and Emergency Management, has issued a Boil Water Advisory for residents in the vicinity of 400 Lee St and 1315 N Jefferson St to 1457. This advisory comes as a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of residents following recent developments.

    Residents residing in the affected areas are urged to take immediate precautions as the City of Lewisburg initiates a Boil Water Advisory. The advisory, issued on October 31st, 2023, remains in effect until further notice.

    Safety Precautions:

    • Do Not Consume Tap Water: Under this advisory, it is of utmost importance that residents do not consume tap water without properly boiling it first.
    • Boiling Procedure: When boiling water, bring it to a rolling boil and maintain this for at least one minute. After boiling, allow the water to cool before using it for any purpose, be it drinking, cooking, or other household activities.
    • Bottled Water: Alternatively, residents may use bottled water as a safe and convenient substitute during the advisory period.

    The Boil Water Advisory pertains specifically to the following areas: 400 Lee St and 1315 N Jefferson St to 1457

    Residents within this zone are urged to adhere to the safety guidelines and rely on boiled or bottled water for all their water-related needs, including drinking, ice making, dishwashing, teeth brushing, and food preparation.

    It is important to note that this Boil Water Advisory will remain in effect until further notice. Residents are encouraged to stay informed through local news sources, official announcements, and the City of Lewisburg's official website and social media channels.

    City officials, in conjunction with the Greenbrier County Homeland Security and Emergency Management, will closely monitor the situation and provide updates as necessary. The safety of residents is their top priority, and they will work diligently to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

    For additional information or inquiries, residents may contact the Greenbrier County Homeland Security and Emergency Management office or the City of Lewisburg directly. Contact details are available on the official city website.

    The City of Lewisburg is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of its residents, and this Boil Water Advisory is a proactive step in that direction. We encourage all affected residents to take this advisory seriously and follow the recommended safety guidelines until the all-clear signal is given. Your safety and health are our top priorities.


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