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Posted on: August 31, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Boil-Water Advisory issued for Booker Avenue area customers

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A Boil-Water Advisory has been issued for City of Fayetteville water customers in the Booker Avenue area until at least 5 p.m. on Friday, September 1, 2023. Affected streets include Booker Avenue, Hill Street, and Holly Avenue.

Contractors performed maintenance on the main water line running through the neighborhood. The City of Fayetteville is ordering bacteriological tests to ensure water safety and quality. A notice will be posted when the Boil-Water Advisory has been lifted.

Public Notification


The City Of Fayetteville Water System is issuing this advisory due to service interruption in the system here to repair a water main leak which may be disrupting your water supply or causing water pressure in parts of the water system to drop to very low levels. The advisory is being issued out of an abundance of caution – there is the potential a health hazard may exist due to microbial contamination in these areas without positive pressure.

In order to protect the public from a potential health hazard, customers that have experienced water outages and/or low water pressures are advised to use only boiled tap water or bottled water for drinking, cooking, or preparing food.  To properly boil tap water for use, customers should:

  • Heat water until bubbles come quickly from the bottom of the container;
  • Continue heating the water for one minute once it begins to boil;
  • Remove the water from the heat source and allow to cool before use.

During a Boil Water Advisory, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that boiled tap water or bottled water be used for the following:

  • Drinking
  • Brushing teeth
  • Washing food and preparing food and baby formula
  • Making ice
  • Drinking water for pets

Other activities such as clothes washing, dish washing and other uses can be done without boiling tap water, if done properly.   The complete CDC guidance can be found at this website:

The advisory is in effect until the City Of Fayetteville Water System has done the appropriate testing to be confident that there is no longer a public health concern.  Customers will be notified immediately when the Advisory is lifted.  Once the Advisory is lifted you should flush all faucets for a minimum of two minutes before using for drinking or food preparation.

City Of Fayetteville Water System
240 Glynn St S, Fayetteville, GA 30214

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