The temporary boil advisory issued for the Passover Road area south of US-54 in Osage Beach has been lifted. No issues were found.
The temporary boil advisory issued for the Passover Road area south of US-54 in Osage Beach has been lifted, according to an update from the City's official Facebook page at approximately 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 6, 2017.
Water test sampling has been completed and no issues were found.
The City of Osage Beach issued a temporary boil advisory for the Passover Road area south of US-54, currently in effect, according to a Facebook post from the city's official page at approximately 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 5, 2017.
The pressure control for that area experienced issues during the early morning hours with water pressure dropping low enough for an advisory to be issued, according to the post.
Water testing is currently being done and the boil advisory will remain in effect until water sample results are received back from the lab, which takes a minimum of 24-hours.
An update will be issued for this incident Sunday morning by 9:00 a.m., according to the city's post.
A Boil Advisory is a cautionary suggestion to boil water, not an actual "Boil Order." Advisories are issued for water systems when there is concern that a problem exists, but has not yet been confirmed.
For more information on Boil Advisories from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, please visit - www.dnr.mo.gov/pubs/pub2001.htm For more information and to sign up for City of Osage Beach alerts please visit www.osagebeach.org