Boil water advisory lifted for Wichita, Sedgwick County – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2021-10-09 08:04:08 –

Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) —The Department of Health and Environment, Kansas (KDHE) has lifted the city of Wichita’s boiling water recommendations starting Thursday. Advisory Power outage at Wichita waterworks and subsequent waterline disconnection..

For safety, KDHE and city officials recommend that all residents turn on the faucet for 10 to 15 minutes to flush the water.

According to KDHE, restrictions will be lifted for all customers who receive water bills from the city of Wichita, including those for Andover and Eastborough. It also applies to corn residents who receive water from the city of Wichita.

Boiling water recommendations will continue to be implemented for the following residents who are customers of the city of Wichita:

  • Sedgwick County Rural Water District 1, 2, 3
  • Benton
  • Rose Hill
  • Derby (El Paso Water Co., Ltd.)
  • Stingy
  • Valley center
  • McConnell Air Force Base

According to KDHE, test samples collected from Wichita’s water supply show no evidence of bacteriological contamination, and all conditions that put the system at risk of contamination are considered to be resolved by KDHE authorities.

If you have any questions, please contact the water system or call KDHE (785-296-5514).You can also Visit their public water information page at kdheks.gov..

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