UPDATE: Tyler’s boil water notice lifted
UPDATE: Tyler’s boil water notice lifted.
TYLER – UPDATE: The notice has been lifted
A portion of Northwest Tyler remain under a boil water notice which was issued Friday due to water disinfectant levels below the minimum set by the Texas Commission on Environmental Equality.
According to city officials, the notice includes 400 residential water customers and an unknown number of commercial customers.
"It is safe to use for instances that are not for consumption."
"We’ve had crews out 24 hours per day since Friday flushing the system to get water moving through the system in an attempt to get residuals up above minimum level," she said.
"The chlorine conversion is a city-wide process," said Crossman.
Cases of bottled water are also available in the lobby of the Tyler Police Department, 711 W Ferguson Street.
"We don’t have a firm answer for when the boil notice will be lifted," said Crossman.
"We are partnering with a third party consultant," she said.