Boil-water advisories over for some after storm | Health
Health advisories asking residents to boil their drinking water after last week's storm have ended in two of six impacted areas now that power has been restored and lab tests show the water is safe to drink.
Boil-water advisories in Spokane and Pend Oreille counties have ended, specifically:
- 333 resdients of Chattaroy Valley Mobile Estates in Chattaroy.
- Sandy Shore and Sandy Meadows water system customers in Pend Oreille County.
The following four water systems in three counties remain on boil-water advisories:
- Syringa Heights Mobile Home Park, Spokane County.
- Riverside Village Mobile Home Park, Spokane County.
- Winthrop KOA, Okanogan County.
- Granite Shores, Pend Oreille County.
Anyone who lost water pressure as a result of last week's storm but doesn't see their water system listed should ask the system operator. DO NOT ASSUME THE WATER IS SAFE after losing water pressure. Private well users can contact their local health agency for information.