The boil water advisory for Pine Prairie (Evangeline Parish Water District 1) is now lifted.
Samples taken by the Louisiana Dept. of Health came out clear. Therefore the boil advisory is now lifted and the water is again safe for consumption.
A water advisory in New Iberia has some residents concerned. The advisory was issued Thursday night when Louisiana Water Company pipes started losing water pressure but just how is this affecting LAWCO customers? At Victor's Cafeteria, it may look like just another day of work but the water is one... more »
As a precaution New Iberia Water System has issued a boil advisory effective immediately. The boil advisory remains in affect until rescinded by LAWCO. Boil water for 1 full minute in a clean container. The one minute starts after the water has been brought to a rolling boil. more »
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Mayor Mitch Landrieu says New Orleans' most widespread boil-water order since Hurricane Katrina will continue at least until 3 p.m. Sunday, because that's how long it will take to test for bacteria. The order covers most of the city, affecting more than 300,000 people. Landrieu says... more »
The St. Mary Parish Water & Sewer Commission #4 in Charenton, LA has experienced problems with our water supply system due to a broken water main in Franklin area.
Therefore, as a precaution, the St. Mary Parish Water & Sewer Commission #4 is issuing a BOIL ADVISORY effective immediately... more »
Grand Coteau water system customers you are being asked to boil your water. The system has a line break which has caused a loss in pressure. The boil advisory will be lifted once water samples show the water is safe. more »
Water service in Pecan Island will be shut down tomorrow (Tuesday, October 6) from 8:00 am --- for the rest of the day. Customers should boil water or drink bottled water until further notice. Work is being done to elevate pumps to prevent future damage due to flooding from hurricanes. more »
Those residents who are using Palmetto water are asked to boil their water.
There has been a report of a 6-inch line that needs repairing and testing before residents can continue using it. The boil order is under effect until further notice. more »