Boil water advisory lifted in Kalamazoo Township neighborhood
Boil water advisory lifted in Kalamazoo Township neighborhood.
KALAMAZOO, MI — Municipal drinking water is safe to use for customers living in a west section of Kalamazoo Township.
The city of Kalamazoo’s Department of Public Services announced Monday that it is repairing a water main break near the intersection of Kaywood Drive and Junedale Drive.
The affected area includes all of Kaywood Drive, all of Junedale Drive, all of Doncrest Drive, and the houses on Alamo Avenue on the north side of the intersection with Kaywood Drive.
This advisory was precautionary.
There were no confirmed tests showing bacteria present in the water main at the location of the break.
No special precautionary measures are necessary for water used for personal hygiene.
A Boil Water Advisory warns residents their drinking water may be contaminated.
When a break occurs in a water main, or a complete loss of pressure in a significant part of the water system, there is the possibility for contaminants to enter into the water main while the repair is being completed.
Call (269) 373-5337 with any questions related to boiling tap water or general water quality questions or visit the City of Kalamazoo website at kalamazoocity.org.