The Precautionary Boil Water Advisory has been lifted for Lee Acres Subdivision east of Chandler. The advisory was put in to place as a precautionary measure following a water main break earlier this week. Bacteriological samples were collected from representative sites of the affected area and tested; the test results were satisfactory, and it is no longer necessary to boil the water. We appreciate your cooperation and patience.
Chandler Utilities is issuing a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory for Lee Acres Subdivision east of Chandler, including all Chandler Water customers on the following roads: Lee Acres Drive, Lee Ward Drive, Green Acres Drive, Lee Street, and Fifty Acres Drive. There are an estimated 72 Chandler Water customers affected by this Boil Water Advisory.
This precautionary measure is recommended due to a water main break that was repaired today. It is recommended that all cooking and drinking water in the affected area be brought to a complete boil for 5 minutes before use. Please continue to boil all cooking and drinking water until we notify you that it is no longer necessary. We anticipate the advisory will be lifted by the end of the day on Saturday, Aug. 18. Updates will be posted online at townofchandler.org as they become available.
We appreciate your cooperation during this time and will update you as necessary until the drinking water problem has been solved. If you have any questions concerning the drinking water problem, please contact the Chandler Utilities Maintenance Facility at 812-925-6213.