Boil advisory lifted for most of Elk Ridge City

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Officials said city water was possibly contaminated as a result of broken water main

ELK RIDGE CITY (ABC4 News) UPDATE: Elk Ridge says the boil advisory has been lifted for most Elk Ridge with the exception of the most southern part of the city. View map.  The area in yellow that is still under the advisory. 

ELK RIDGE CITY (ABC4 News) – Elk Ridge City officials are urging residents to boil their drinking water after a water main break Thursday night.

City officials said there was a break in the main water line around 9 p.m., and due to the break rocks and dirt go into the pipeline.

The city said it will be testing the water for contamination, but it takes at least 24 hours to get results.

“Until samples can confirm the status of the water quality you are advised to boil the water before using,” said the city in a message shared on Facebook.

The message goes on to say that this is an advisory and not an order because there have been no confirmed results for contaminants in the system.

City officials said they will provide further updates when they receive test results.

For more information, please contact The Elk Ridge City office at 801-423-2300 or 80 E. Park Dr. Elk Ridge, UT 84651. 


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