UPDATE: Boil advisory ended for neighborhood west of Sertoma Park

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UPDATED July 13 at 9:55 a.m.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — The Sioux Falls Public Works Department says people who live and work in a particular neighborhood no longer need to worry about tap water.

A precautionary boil order issued on July 12 due to a value issue has been rescinded as of Tuesday morning. The boundaries of the area affected were:

West 49th Street on the north, I-229 on the south, South Louise Avenue on the west, and South Oxbow Avenue on the east.

Recent test results for bacteria on all the water samples taken in the affected area were negative.


PUBLISHED July 12 at 5:27 p.m.

The City of Sioux Falls has issued a boil order in the neighborhood just west of Sertoma Park.

This may impact the boundary areas of West 49th Street on the north, I-229 on the south, South Louise Avenue on the west, and South Oxbow Avenue on the east.

Following a valve issue, they’re asking people to boil water before using it to cook or drink.

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