The goal of Newark Water Department is to provide aesthetically pleasing, clean and safe drinking water for the City of Newark. When a depressurization occurs in the water main lines there is a possibility that contaminants could get into the water supply. During such an event the water may be safe to drink but because the possibility of contaminants in the water system exists, the Newark Water Department in conjunction with the Ohio EPA recommends that the water used for consumption be boiled vigorously for 1 minute and allow water to cool prior to use.
To view a fact sheet of what to do during a boil advisory click here.
Frequenly asked questions about what you should do after a boil advisory click here.
The following is a list of locations where depressurizations have ocurred
8/18/16 THE BOIL ADVISORY FOR S. 28TH STREET FROM W. MAIN TO BUCKEYE AND W. MAIN FROM 28TH TO 26TH STREET HAS BEEN LIFTED.
8/17/16 THERE IS A BOIL ADVISORY FOR S. 28TH STREET FROM W. MAIN TO BUCKEYE AND W. MAIN FROM 28TH TO 26TH STREET.
08/11/2016 THE BOIL ADVISORY FOR S. 27th STREET FROM BUCKEYE TO W. MAIN ST. HAS BEEN LIFTED
08/10/2016 THERE IS A BOIL ADVISORY FOR S. 27TH FROM BUCKEYE TO W. MAIN ST.
7/20/16 THERE IS A BOIL ADVISORY FOR KREBS DRIVE FROM COUNTRY CLUB TO KREBS PARKWAY, AND CRAIG PARKWAY FROM PLEASANT VALLEY DRIVE TO KREBS DRIVE.
7/6/16 THE BOIL ADVISORY FOR S. 25TH STREET HAS BEEN LIFTED
7/5/16 THERE IS A BOIL ADVISORY ON S. 25TH STREET FROM WEST MAIN TO BUCKEYE AVENUE