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Boil orders and advisories in the ArkLaTex

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Following is a list of current boil advisories in the ArkLaTex. It is updated as information is provided to KSLA News 12 by water systems and city/town officials. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back for updates.

Sunday, Feb 18

  • The Department of Health has confirmed a boil water notice issued for the entire system of the city of Foreman in Little River County. It was issued as a precaution because of loss of pressure within the system.

Friday, Feb. 2

  • A boil advisory has been issued for Nash, Texas due to a water main break. The boil advisory is in effect until further notice.
  • Wildwood Forest Water System in the Blanchard area has lifted a boil advisory for residents on Soda Point Street, Wood Duck Street, and Soda Hill Street.
  • The boil advisory for South DeSoto Water System has lifted.
  • The boil advisory issued for the Wildwood Water System customers in the Blanchard area on the following streets has been lifted: Soda Point, Wood Duck, Soda Hill

Tuesday, Jan. 30

  • Wildwood Forest Water System in the Blanchard area has issued a boil advisory for residents on Soda Point Street, Wood Duck Street, and Soda Hill Street.

Monday, Jan. 22

  • Oil City Water Works Water System has issued a voluntary boil advisory after an interruption in service due to a major water leak. The advisory remains in effect until it is rescinded.

Thursday, Jan. 18

  • A boil advisory has been issued for water customers served by the Bienville Parish town of Gibsland. The advisory is due to a chlorine pump failure, Mayor Terry Wilson said.
  • A boil advisory has been issued for customers of the town of Cullen's water system. The advisory is in place due to loss of water pressure.
  • The boil advisory for the Bienville Parish town of Ringgold's water system remains in place because of low water pressure. 

Wednesday, Jan. 17

  • A boil advisory has been issued for all customers of the Village of Ida Water system. The advisory is in place because the system's chlorine pump froze, and the water is not getting enough chlorine.

Friday, Jan. 12

  • All customers of the Oil City Waterworks System are under a boil advisory. A cable company broke the water main that feeds into the tank on Furman Street, according to the water company. This caused the tank to drain in a matter of 10 minutes. The entire water system was expected to be without water until Jan. 13.

Wednesday, Jan. 10

  • A boil advisory has been issued for some North DeSoto Water System users. The advisory covers residents along Louisiana Highway 3276 between Hallmark and Los Adias. The area includes Kayla, BB Lane, Pine Grove, Missile Base and all connecting roads (Joe Mac, Brown, Easton, Waxwing, Puffin, Drake and Mallard), Kingfisher, Sandpiper, Baker Road, Powell, Country Place. Stanley Extension, Hill Road Linwood, Deer Crossing, Rowe Road, Timberline Circle, Twin Pines, Stonehaven, Bethel Road, Atkins Lane, Red Strong Road, Garsee Circle, Edgewood, Rodeo Drive, Wallace Lake Road, FOB Lane, Los Adias, Lillian and Luther Lane. It was issued following a loss of pressure due to a water main break.

Friday, Jan. 5

  • South Desoto Water System has issued a boil advisory for all customers due to loss of water pressure.  

TIPS FOR BOILING WATER

It is recommended that all consumers disinfect their water before consuming it (including fountain drinks), making ice, brushing teeth or using it for food preparation or rinsing of foods by the following means:

Boil water for one (1) full minute in a clean container. The minute starts after the water has been brought to a rolling boil. (The flat taste can be eliminated by shaking the water in a clean bottle, pouring it from one clean container to another or by adding a pinch of salt to each quart of water that is boiled).

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