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Water Quality Advisory for June 28-29


The City of Enderby Drinking Water System has issued a precautionary Water Quality Advisory for the duration of a repair to a critical water distribution component, scheduled for June 28-29, 2022.

During this time, any water served by the City of Enderby’s secondary (groundwater) source will be chlorinated but not receive ultraviolet treatment. Due to ongoing freshet conditions, the City’s primary (surface water) source cannot reliably supply water to serve the community’s demands. As a result, there is a risk that the secondary source may be serving drinking water without full multi-barrier treatment.

Until notified otherwise, users with weakened immune systems or wishing additional protection should take the following precautions when drinking, washing fruit and vegetables, making beverages or ice, or when brushing teeth:

  • Boil water rapidly for at least 1 minute or use an alternate safe source of water.
  • Use a hand sanitizer after washing your hands.

In addition, the City of Enderby is requesting that water customers reduce non-essential demands to help manage water reserves for critical needs such as drinking water and fire flows. Please turn off automatic irrigation systems from 7am on June 28 to 5pm on June 29, 2022 and take reasonable steps to avoid or reduce other non-essential uses during the same period.

Please help by informing others.

For further information, contact the City of Enderby by dialing (250) 838-7230.

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