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Boil water advisory lifted for parts of Duval, Oakleaf Plantation

Boil water notice still in effect
Boil water notice still in effect

A precautionary boil water advisory that was issued following a water main break Friday on 103rd Street has been lifted, JEA announced Sunday.

The utility said crews isolated the water main and restored service to affected customers. The advisory affected all residential and business customers in the map in the provided link.

MAP: Areas under boil water advisory

JEA said it notified all affected customers by text, email or phone call. The regions affected included parts of southwestern Duval County and the Oakleaf Plantation area.

Customers are no longer required to boil water or to use bottled water for drinking, food preparation and cooking. As a precaution, JEA recommends affected customers flush their water lines for at least three minutes to remove air and possible sediments from the lines.

More information about boil water advisories can be found at jea.com/water-outage.