Boil Water Advisory Lifted, City of Sedalia Says
The City of Sedalia lifted a boil water advisory issued Friday with the following statement:
"The City of Sedalia has lifted the boil water advisory issued on March 20 for the area of S. Grand Ave. south from its’ intersection with West 32nd Street and the Brentwood Subdivision.
The boil water advisory was issued on Friday afternoon, March 20, 2020 after an 8-inch water main near the intersection of South Grand Ave. and West 32nd Street failed. The water line was repaired and water service was restored.
During this boil water advisory, the City’s Water Division performed a series of tests to determine that the water continued to meet regulatory drinking water standards.
Samples were taken from sites in the affected area and tests have confirmed that the water meets state and federal requirements.
Water quality tests have confirmed the water continues to meet all U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Safe Drinking Water Act standards and regulations. It is no longer necessary to boil your water.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we worked to repair the water main to ensure the quality and safety of drinking water in our community.
If at any time you should have questions about your drinking water, please feel free to contact the Water Division at (660) 826-1234 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Public Works Department at (660) 827-3000 ext. 1166 Monday - Friday 8:30 to 5 p.m. or after hours or on weekends at (660) 826-1236."