Boil water advisory continues in Livonia; First water sample shows no contamination
Boil water advisory continues in Livonia; First water sample shows no contamination.
LIVONIA, Mich. – Although the first water sample showed no issues, officials are still urging Livonia residents to boil their water before using.
The GLWA provided this update Tuesday morning: The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), the region’s water supplier, has advised the City of Livonia that their first test samples show no bacterial contamination from the loss of power at a GLWA pumping station.
The safety of our citizens and water customers is of the highest priority.
Until the boil water advisory has been lifted, DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST.
Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and food preparation until further notice.
The boil water alert issued Saturday evening in Livonia is not expected to be lifted before Wednesday, officials announced.
Until the boil water advisory is lifted, residents are instructed not to drink the water without boiling it first.
Farmington Hills boil water notice ends A precautionary boil water notice issued Saturday for parts of Farmington Hills has ended.
This caused a drop in pressure in the water supply which may have caused bacterial contamination.