Water boil notice in Tyler could be lifted as soon as Monday

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TYLER, Texas (KETK) – As of Saturday morning around 11:00 a.m., the city said Tyler’s boil water notice will remain in effect and predict the notice could be lifted between 10 a.m. Monday and Tuesday afternoon.

The city said to not run water to prevent pipes from freezing and to turn off the water if the pipes have burst.

The city projected that water storage tanks will fill on Saturday and samples will be taken on Sunday. Labs will take a minimum of 18 hours to review the samples.

Once the water boil is lifted, residents will be asked to flush their lines for 15 minutes.

As of Saturday, the following main breaks have been repaired:

  • 1717 Sequoia Dr.
  • 1125 Pinedale Place
  • 206 Alpine Dr. 
  • 1018 Shepherd
  • 3501 McMillan
  • 1605 N. Palace
  • 314 N. Gaston Ave.

The city of Tyler said the following main breaks will be prioritized for repair for Saturday and Sunday:

  • E. 5th St. & Mahon Ave.
  • 3311 McMillan
  • 1808 Easy St.
  • 3501 McMillan Dr.
  • 1207 S. Azalea Dr.
  • 8240 Baylor Dr.
  • 2303 Gish Ln.
  • 3400 Woodbine
  • W. Front St. & Lyons Ave.
  • N. Palace
  • Vance & Franklin
  • Englewood & Nutbush
  • 1407 W. 4th
  • 1605 N. Palace
  • W. Front St. and Shady Ln.
  • 719 W. Front St.
  • 2729 Old Bullard Rd.
  • 316 Dayton St.
  • 1318 Jeff Davis Dr.
  • 4520 Old Troup
  • 1300 W. 4th
  • Sherry Ln. & Brookside
  • 2327 W. Azalea Dr.
  • 2611 Industrial Ave.
  • Pollard & Hudson
  • 3202 Patriot

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