Water Works District 3 in Port Barre has issued a boil advisory for all Routes 01-04 due to low water pressure.
Officials say the system had to be turned off, because the tanks need to be filled and the pressure is too low to fill them. That process is likely to take one to two days, officials say.
Customers are asked to conserve as much water as possible. Areas A, B, C & D (Routes 01, 02, 03 & 04) all under boil advisories under further notice.
Route 1 (Area A)- includes: Highway 743,Toulouse Rd, Boudar, Emonet,Nezat Road, Ortego Lane and Flossie Lane.
Route 2 (Area B)- Alex Stoute Rd, John Addie, Saquette, Paul Beniot, Pile Ridge, Mound Hope Rd, Cajun Rd, Spike Rd, Lalu Rd, Silver Rose Rd, Gentry Drive, Rayne Rd, Highway 359, Highway 103, and Will Landry Road.
Route 3 (Area C)- Courtableau, Bo Grand, Mouille Rd,Juniors, Pappy Earl,Clayton, Matthew Rd, Bill Lloyd Lane, Murphy Gaudet,Quebedeaux Road & O G Track.
Route 4 (Area D)- Pernie Bailey Rd, Bayou Road, Lahaye, Kennsion, Bayou Gerimond, Aymond Rd, Highway 190, Cypress View Lane, Dupre, John Chance, Pitre Road, Martinez, Spillway, Shady Camp,Current Lake, Blue Boat, Levee Landing Lane, Woodlawn Road, Raintree Lane, Redwood Lane,Oakside Lane, Lakeland Rd, Elm Lane, Pinehaven Rd, Waterfront Rd, Possum Hollow, Misty Creek Rd, Buzzard's Roost, Lakeshore, 3 Mile, Timber Drive, Hickory, Pecan Street, Walnut Street, Camelia Lane, Wisteria Lane, Magnolia Street, Maple Street, Plum, Cottonwood, Moss, Tupla, Spruce,Azalea,Pine Street, Oak,Willow Lane, Birch Street, Cypress Lane, Boxwood Street, Gum Street, Front, Two O' Clock Lane, South 3 Mile Avenue, Wilson Lane, Old Highway 190.
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The boil order is to remain in effect until rescinded.
It is recommended that consumers disinfect their water before consuming it, making ice, brushing teeth, or using it for food preparation or rinsing of foods by the following means:
Boil water for one full minute in a clean container. The one minute starts after the water has been brought to a rolling boil. (The flat taste can be eliminated by shaking the water in a clean bottle, pouring it from one clean container to another, or by adding a small pinch of salt to each quart of water that is boiled.)
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