Boil-Water Notice Lifted for City of Jackson Well Water System
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MSDH's testing of water samples taken from Jackson's well water system is complete, with two days of clear samples. The boil water notice for the approximately 16,000 residents on the well water system is now lifted.
From the City of Jackson's original news release:
"We appreciate city crews who worked throughout the week to make sure the well system recovered," said Mayor Johnson. "I also thank the citizens of Jackson and others on the well water system for their cooperation and patience while the city worked to address this problem."
Those areas that are on the city's well water system are:
- West of Westhaven Boulevard, in addition to North Westhaven Drive, East Westhaven Drive, South Westhaven Drive, Westwood Drive and Sunnybrook Drive
- South of Interstate 20, West of Robinson Road Extension
- West of Robinson Road Extension/Suncrest Drive to Cooper Road
- West and South of Forest Hill Road/West of Interstate 55
- Oak Creek Subdivision
- Cedar Hills Subdivision
- Brookhollow Subdivision
- Willowood Subdivision
- Lake Dockery Subdivision
- Oak Leaf Subdivision
- The city of Byram
Click for map of Jackon Well System service area »
For more information, customers may call 601-960-2723, during business hours or 601-960-1777 (or 601-960-1875) after 5:00PM.
Note to restaurants and food service outlets
MSDH reminds food service facilities returning to use of Jackson water should flush all water lines, including fountain drinks and ice lines, before using them for food or drink preparation.
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Last reviewed on Jan 24, 2010