BOIL ADVISORY HAS BEEN LIFTED FOR CITY LIMITS

The City of Natchitoches’ Distribution System would like to notify the public the Boil Advisory issued for the Natchitoches city limits with the exception of Highway 6 West and the I-49 corridor on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 has been lifted. The Louisiana Department of Health collected a sample of water from the area on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 and notified the City of Natchitoches on Thursday, February 25, 2021 the water was safe for human consumption and use.

At this time, samples have been collected and we are awaiting results for Waterworks District 1, Highway 6 West and the I-49 Corridor. Untilfurther notice, customers in those areas should still adhere to the boil advisory. The public will be notified when the boil advisory is lifted.

The City of Natchitoches appreciates the public’s patience during this time.


6 thoughts on “BOIL ADVISORY HAS BEEN LIFTED FOR CITY LIMITS

  1. Why can’t the city of Natchitoches send out to their customers by email or text ( updates from SWEPCO by both providing me information when there is a power issue) updates pertaining to the boil ban. As of Friday I only know that the city limits of Natchitoches boil ban is lifted except for Hwy 6 (University pkwy) and I-49 corridor. NO UPDATES ON BOIL BAN SINCE THEN. SEEMS LIKE WHEN CITY LEADERSHIP GOES HOME FOR WEEKEND. NO BY CARES ABOUT THE CUSTOMERS AND HOW THEY ARE BEING AFFECTED.
    GIVE US SOME ANSWERS!!

  2. What does it mean hwy 6 west and I-49.
    Is it hwy 6 west from the traffic light at by-pass or hwy 6 west from I-49. Is boil ban still in effect for Peggy’s Homemade Pizza and Nicky ‘s restaurants?

    • Water on White Oak still looks like sewage as of this morning. When can we expect some clean and safe water?

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