CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia American Water has issued a boil-water advisory for any customers in the Dothan, Mossy, Gatewood Road and Garten areas of Fayette County who recently experienced low water pressure. The advisory has been issued following generator maintenance activities, which caused low water levels in three water storage tanks.
Lester Municipal Water is on a boil-water advisory following a water main break.
West Virginia American Water has issued a boil-water advisory for approximately 600 customers in the Julian area of Boone County. The advisory area includes the town of Julian, Camp Creek Road, Ferrell Hill Road, Lory Road, U.S. 119 from Stephens Auto Center north to Water Ways Water Park, W.Va. 3 from U.S. 119 in Julian west to the Lincoln County line, Little Horse Creek Road and Julian Road. The advisory follows a suspected water main break and the draining of the water storage tank.
Customers in those areas should boil their water for at least one full minute prior to use until further notice.
A boil-water advisory has been lifted for customers living on W.Va. 3 and for the Raleigh County Public Service District.
West Virginia American Water has lifted a boil water advisory for approximately 500 residential customers in the North Charleston and Guthrie areas. The advisory area was issued for Woodward Drive from Headley Drive to the end, Headley Drive, Wildwood Acres, Asbury Heights, Casdorph Lane, Robinson Hollow, Gaylor Lane, Maxine Drive, Limestone from Woodward Drive to the top of the hill, Lynne Brooke Place, Wilderness Drive and Canterbury Woods following a water main break.
The Department of Health and Human Resources has lifted the boil-water advisory issued for the Craigsville Public Service District.