Boil order lifted in both Davis County cities

DAVIS COUNTY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah)- After nearly five days, Clinton City and Syracuse announced Thursday morning that the boil water advisory had been lifted city wide.

Before drinking or using any water residents should implement the flushing procedures identified on their cities websites provided by the Davis County Health Department.

Faucets – 20 minutes cold
Showers – 20 minutes cold
Toilets – None Required
Washing Machines – None Required
Dish Washers – None Required
Outdoor Spigots – 5 minutes, disconnect hose because of potential siphon risk.
Refrigerator Water Dispenser – 5 minutes
Faucet/Fridge Water Filters – Consider replacing filter per manufacturer’s recommendation
In Line Water Filter – Consider replacing filter per manufacturer’s recommendation
Ice Makers – Dump all existing ice
Water Heaters – Run hot water from all faucets until water runs cold. Second option is to drain water heater using spigot/release on the bottom of heater
Water Softeners – Cycle water softener per manufacturer’s recommendation
Reverse Osmosis Systems – Cycle through and consider replacing filters per manufacturer’s recommendation
Soft Drink Dispensers – Disconnect flavoring and cycle water through until replaced with fresh water, reconnect flavoring

Click here for an instructional video on how to flush your system. 

Or visit

Clinton City website

Syracuse website

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