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Current boil water orders in Heartland

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This is a current list of boil water orders in the Heartland. Email news@kfvs12.com to report a boil water order.

Jackson, MO

The City of Jackson issued a boil water advisory beginning at noon on Friday, July 18 for all properties on Bent Creek Drive due to a water main break. The boil water advisory will expire on Saturday, July 19 at noon unless otherwise notified. Residents may experience periods of no water service.

Boil water vigorously for three minutes prior to use. Use only boiled water for drinking, brushing teeth, diluting fruit juices, and all other food preparations or consumption. Dispose of ice cubes and do not use ice from a household automatic ice maker. Remake ice cubes with water that has been boiled. Disinfect dishes and other food contact surfaces by immersion for a least one minute in clean tap water that contains one teaspoon of unscented household bleach per gallon of water. Water used for bathing does not generally need to be boiled. Supervision of children is necessary while bathing or using backyard pools so water is not ingested. Those with cuts or severe rashes may want to consult their physicians.

Mounds, Illinois

The City of Mounds Water Department issued a boil water order on Tuesday, July 15 for all of its North Mounds, Spencer Heights and Mounds Road customers due to water leak repairs. The boil order is effective immediately and until further notice.

Madison County, Missouri

The Madison County Water District #1 canceled a precautionary boil water order for a portion of South System due to a break in the main line. This area begins at the intersection of Hwy. 67 and Hwy. 72, then continues north on Hwy. 67 through Hwy. H. This includes all connecting state and county roads.

Stoddard County, Missouri

A boil water advisory is in effect for Public Water Supply Dist. #6 in Stoddard Co. for the area north of C.R. 670 including Pyletown until further notice.

Wolf Lake, Illinois

A boil water order for all customers in Ware from the Clear Creek Levee Rd. to the railroad tracks is in effect beginning July 19 until further notice. The boil order is due to a leaking hydrant.

Hardin County, Illinois

A boil water order has been issued on Monday, July 14 for customers with the Hardin County Water District #1 due to a water main break. It is estimated the repair will take at least three days.

West Frankfort, Illinois

The boil water order for the 200 block of E. Main Street up to the 110 block of E. Main had been lifted. The boil water order for Oak Street is still in effect.

Perry County, Illinois

On Tuesday, July 22 the City of Du Quoin Waterworks and Sewage System Superintendent Chris Lacy lifted a boil order for a portion of the city water system. The users of the water system affected are: 600 and 700 block of West Park Street and West Main Street.

Pope County, Illinois

Millstone Water District customers in Pope County, Illinois from Dixon Springs on Rt. 145 to the Saline County line and all side lines, including the Eddyville blacktop are under a boil water order until further notice, according to the Millstone Treatment Plant.

Village of Pittsburg, Illinois

The Village of Pittsburg Public Water Supply issued a precautionary boil water order at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 1. It is for the following: customers located between Easter Street in Spillertown and Red Row Road in Marion. Customers at the intersection of N. State Street and Red Row Road and north to Longstreet in Marion, Ill. Crews are repairing a water break. Those affected are encouraged to treat all water for drinking or culinary purposes by bringing it to a rolling boil for at least five minutes. For more information, you can call Kyle Violett, village clerk, at 618-993-8260.

Murphysboro, Illinois

A boil water order is in effect for all of Somerset St. between 7th and 11 streets, on both sides. The order is until further notice due to a broken water main.

The police department said a boil water order has been issued on Tuesday, June 24 for both sides of North 7th Street between Bost Lane and West Industrial Park Road. This will remain in effect until further notice and canceled by the Murphysboro Water Department.

Village of Ullin, Illinois

A boil order has been issued beginning June 13. Water will be off on Block to Foster - Henkmana and Railroad - and North Poplar streets until repairs are done.

Jackson County, Illinois

Boil water order has been issued Wednesday, June 11 for North 14th on the west side of the road, between Grace Street and Illinois Avenue. It is only for the west side of the road. The order is in effect until further notice.

Williamson County

Public Water Supply District #5 is under a boil water alert until further notice as of Sunday, June 1. There is a water line break.

Wayne County, Missouri

According to Linda Carpenter, the city clerk of Mill Spring, the Village of Mill Spring is under a boil order until further notice.

A separate boil water order has been lifted for Water District #3 in the Piedmont area of Wayne County. A spokesperson for the district says the order was due to a water main break.

Ripley County, Missouri

A boil water order has been issued for customers of Ripley County Water District #2. The order impacts customers on 160 East to Ringo Ford until further notice.

On July 29, the city of Naylor will be without water due to the tank being cleaned.

Scott County, Missouri

Water Superintendent for the City of Oran, Brian Webb, issued a precautionary boil water order on Wednesday, June 25. He said around 11 a.m. the city had pump problems that lead to a loss in pressure. Everything is fixed now, but he wanted to let residents know to boil water until further notice.

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