Boil Water Advisory for Parts of Brownsville Lifted
UPDATE (1/16): The boil water advisory in place since Wednesday night is now lifted.
The repairs are complete and the water is safe to drink.
BROWNSVILLE – A boil water advisory was issued for parts of Brownsville due to a waterline break.
The break happened overnight at Minnesota Avenue and Bernal Drive.
The advisory impacts Brownsville Public Utility Board customers within the areas between FM 802 and Dockberry Road and between Central Avenue and Oklahoma Avenue.
Brownsville PUB says customers should boil water for two minutes before consumption. Officials said they’ll notify customers when the boil water advisory is cancelled.
Anyone with questions is asked to call 956-983-6300.
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