UPDATED: WEDNESDAY SEPT. 21, 2016 at 1:30PM

The boil order has been lifted, Sept. 21, 2016 at 12:29PM.

“Your water is now safe to use, however, at first the water may be discolored; this is due to disruptions in the line,” the City of Collinsville said in a statement.

“Just let it run until it’s clear. You may then use it for drinking and cooking as you normally would,” they advise.

City workers will be tagging doors again with notifications regarding the lift of the boil order.

Original Story:

A water main break is impacting hundreds of Collinsville residents.

Due to a major water main break around 2:30PM Sept. 19, 2016, the City of Collinsville Water Department has issued a Boil Order for the following streets/addresses:

St. Clair Avenue from South Morrison to Carl, including Wayne and LaVadna Ct.
Arrowhead from Henry to Apache, including Dina, Southwood Trace, Woods End, Forest Southwind, and Braidwood. Henry from Arrowhead to Lillian.

According to the release, doors of affected addresses will be tagged with information about the boil order.

It is advised that water to be used for drinking and cooking should be brought to a full rolling boil for at least 5 minutes prior to use.

Questions about the boil order should be directed to Dennis Kress at 346-5211 or Bill Kavaliunas at 346-5219 ext. 112

Follow the Collinsville Chronicle for further updates on the boil order and more at www.collinsvillechronicle.com

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