flush and boil advisory

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Update: The flush and boil advisory has been lifted as of Friday, November 29. Residents who have not run their water in recent days should flush their taps for at least one minute before using water for cooking or drinking.

In "an abundance of caution," the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has issued a flush and boil water advisory to streets in Pittsburgh's Upper Lawrenceville neighborhood. The affected area is between Stanton Avenue, Butler Street, parts of Duncan Street and the shopping center near 55th Street.

Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority

*The flush and boil advisory has been lifted as of Saturday, September 8. Residents in Spring Hill are no longer being recommended to take precautionary measures. 

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has announced a precautionary flush and boil order for parts of the Spring Hill neighborhood.

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*The flush and boil advisory has been lifted as of Sunday, August 26. Residents in Millvale are no longer being recommended to take precautionary measures. 

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has announced a precautionary flush and boil order for part of Millvale.

Margaret J. Krauss

Update 1/21/18 3:06 p.m.: PWSA has lifted the flush and boil advisory.

Roughly 900 Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customers in Lawrenceville and Bloomfield are under a flush and boil advisory.

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A significant water main break in Pittsburgh’s East End led the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority to issue a precautionary flush and boil advisory affecting 7,000 households. It's the third advisory this year.