Boil water order issued for parts of Cedar City
Aug 11, 2021, 12:15 PM | Updated: 12:15 pm
CEDAR CITY, Utah — Cedar City officials issued a boil water order for parts of the community, after testing showed possible E. coli contamination in some water samples collected Monday.
In a post on Facebook, the city said the areas affected by the water notice include 200 South to Shurtz Canyon Drive, and Main Street East in Cedar City.
City officials plan to flush and test the system again today, and will keep doing so until no E. coli is found. They said they would issue another news release once that happens.
This story will be updated.
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