CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia American Water has issued boil-water advisories for parts of Cabin Creek and Huntington. They also have lifted boil-water advisories for several locations. Advisories were issued for:
Customers in those areas should boil their water for at least one full minute prior to use until further notice.
Boil-water advisories that have been lifted include:
West Virginia American Water has lifted a boil-water advisory for about 1,000 customers in the Rockcrest Drive and Chestnut Street areas of South Charleston. The advisory was issued Feb. 1 for Rockcrest Drive, Princess Drive, Village Drive, Ridgewood Road, Lincoln Drive from Pike Street to Upton Avenue, Upton Avenue, Bridgeview Drive, Cobb Street, Hollyberry Lane, Greenland Circle, Ivywood Lane, Peachtree Lane, Wilson Avenue, Pike Street, Ridge Drive, Dominion Way, Knob Way, Shady Way, East Village Drive, Chestnut Street from Spring Hill Avenue to Hudson Valley Road, Hickory Street, Garnas Lane, Little Creek Park, Christa Circle, Ronald Drive, Fairview Acres, Airport Road, Oak Tree Lane, Myrtle Tree and Pleasant Valley Road.
West Virginia American Water has also lifted a boil-water advisory for the Spring Hill Avenue area of South Charleston. The advisory was issued Saturday for approximately 200 customers on Spring Hill Avenue, Wilson Street, Country Club Boulevard, Meadow Drive, Marlanka Lane, Normar Road, Blue Sky Drive, Parkview Drive, Messenger Lane and Chittum Lane.
West Virginia American Water has lifted the boil-water advisory for approximately 100 customers in South Charleston. Specific streets affected were: Janet Place, Martha Road, Ellen Drive, Susan Drive, Ranch Road, Ashlawn Drive, Woodland Avenue, Thomas Road and Henry Road.