ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. – Nocatee and northern St. Johns County were placed under a precautionary boil water advisory on Friday evening, according to a news release from JEA.
JEA announced just after 8 p.m. on Sunday that the advisory has been lifted.
Originally, JEA said the advisory affects customers in the area of US-1 and Racetrack Road. Later in the day, the utility listed neighborhoods.
- Racetrack Road from I-95 to Philips Highway; Philips Highway from Wells Creek Pkwy to Old County Rd 210; Nocatee neighborhoods South of Nocatee Pkwy and West of Crosswater Parkway
- The Promenade at Bartram Springs
- Bartram Springs south of & including Brush Hollow Road
- Reserve Bartram Springs
- Cypress Trace
- Wells Creek Subdivision
- Greenleaf Village, Preserve & Lakes
- Austin Park
- Nocatee Village
- Town Center
- Tide Water at Nocatee
- Nocatee Town Center
- Coastal Oaks
The advisory was due to a water main break, which occurred Friday. Customers were advised to bring their water to a rolling boil for a minimum of one minute before drinking or cooking.