Current boil water orders in the Heartland

Current boil water orders in the Heartland
Boil orders for the Heartland (Source: Pixabay)


Cape Girardeau County

The city of Jackson has issued a boil water order for costumers on Old Cape Road in between Gloria Street and Old Hickory Drive, including June Street. The boil water begins at 8 a.m. on Sept. 5 and continues until 5 p.m. on Sept. 6. All traffic should avoid the area between June Lane and Old Hickory Drive as long as the work is taking place.

Stoddard County

Stoddard Co. Water District 5 is under a boil water advisory as of Friday, Aug. 23 after a lightning strike hit a pump and caused a water main break. The boil advisory will last until further notice.


Alexander County

A boil water order was issued on Monday, Sept. 16 for Central Alexander Water District customers on Greg Hollow Rd. and Pigeon Roost Rd.

Beginning the week of July 28, Illinois American Water’s Cairo District will begin its annual maintenance program, which includes testing and flushing fire hydrants in addition to a temporary change in water treatment. This action will occur across the Cairo District water distribution system for the next two months. No interruptions in water service will occur as a result of the work.

Franklin County

A boil order is in effect for Benton residents on Maple from Grayson to Bond & on Bond from N. Main to Election TFN on Sunday, July 14.

Jackson County

The city of Murphysboro issued a boil order from on Friday, Sept. 13 for 379 S. Williams to S 127 and 559 Old Brick Road to S. Williams until further notice due to a main break.

A boil water issued by the Devil’s Kitchen Water District on Friday, Aug. 9 remains in effect for all of of Lake View Estate, Grassy Rd. from N. McGeesville Rd. to Devil’s Kitchen Water District, Wolf Creek Rd., Cold Creed Ranch Rd., Day Rd., S. McGeesville Rd., Sneed Rd., Mahogany Ln. and the Lake Tacoma area until further notice.

A boil water order is in effect as of Wednesday, Aug. 28 due to a water main break in Makanda, Ill. Customers who reside on Church Street, Lucky Duck Lane and addresses between and including 669 through 767 Makanda Road. Water used for drinking and cooking should be brought to a rolling boil for five to seven minutes before use. If you have questions or require further information, please contact the District Office at 549-0432.

Pulaski County

There is a boil water do SouthWater Customers In Pulaski County North of Ullin as of Saturday, September 14.

Williamson County

Lake of Egypt Water District lifted a boil water order on Friday, Sept. 6 for the following customers: from the Williamson County Line on Rt. 37 going South to the city limits of Goreville. This includes Caraway Ln., Ina Ln., Orchard Ln. and the east entrance of Friendship Loop to Pulley’s Mill Rd. It was issued on Wednesday, Sept. 4.


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