UPDATE: Boil advisory lifted for parts of Clark County following repairs Wednesday

CLARK COUNTY — UPDATE @ 10 a.m. (April 9):

The boil advisory issued in the Maplewood and Holiday Hills water districts Wednesday was lifted Friday morning, according to a Clark County Utilities Department spokesperson.

FIRST REPORT (April 7):

Several hundred water customers are expected to have to boil their water until Friday morning after a boil advisory was issued for part of Clark County.

“The Clark County Utilities Department is advising customers in the Holiday Hills and Maplewood water districts to boil their drinking water due to water infrastructure repairs performed Wednesday by the city of Springfield,” a county spokesman said.

Customers in other areas of the Clark County Utilities water system are not impacted and don’t need to boil their water.

Customers should use boiled water that has cooled or bottled water for:

∙ Drinking.

∙ Brushing teeth.

∙ Washing fruits and vegetables.

∙ Preparing food and baby formula.

∙ Making ice.

∙ Giving to pets.

The county said the boil advisory is a precaution and customers can call 937-521-2150 and selecting option 2 to get a current boil advisory status.