Precautionary boil-water advisory issued following water main break

Some JEA customers affected


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A precautionary boil-water advisory has been issued for some JEA customers, following a water main break, officials said Monday.

The advisory affects people who live near the shopping center at 1650 San Pablo Road, including customers who live in the following areas:

  • Bentwater Place on Hodges
  • Banyan Bay Apartment Homes  
  • San Pablo Creek
  • IBIS Point
  • Marsh Sound
  • Osprey Pointe
  • Ketch Cove
  • Covington Green
  • Holiday Harbor
  • Pine Island
  • Pirate Court
  • Drakes Point Drive
  • Partial sections of Villages of Pablo  
  • All streets north of, and including Crystal Cove Drive, Chesterbrook Court and Falcon Crest Drive
  • 2610 – 2728 Canyon Falls Drive

People under the precautionary advisory should boil their water for drinking and food preparation, or use bottled water for those purposes.

Customers are advised to bring their water to a rolling boil for at least one minute before using it.

Those affected by the advisory also should flush their water lines for three minutes after water returns, in order to remove any air and possible sediments from the lines, officials said.

The water main break took place Monday.

The notice will remain in effect until the problem has been corrected and officials collect good water results for two days in a row.

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