TUCSON, Ariz. — Farmers Water Company issued a boil water advisory to 1400 customers in the Sahuarita area.
The boil water advisory issue has now been lifted.
The advisory went into effect Thursday as a result of water sampling indicating a potential e-coli contamination in the system.
In a press release, Farmers Water said the following,
The affected areas ONLY include residents and businesses south of Quail Creek and east of the Union Pacific Railroad. The southern extent of the advisory area extends 3 miles south of Madera Canyon Road including the Silver Sky Place neighborhood. In this area, all water used for human consumption should be boiled for at least 3 minutes until further notice. Bottled water can also be used. Communities affected include Madera Highlands, Madera Reserve, Colonia Real, Pasadera, Madera Shadows, Madera Foothills Estate and homes along Camino de La Canoa. The Continental School complex and the United Community Health Center are also covered by the boil advisory and were notified early today.
Farmers Water will notify affected customers and updates can be found here or call (520) 879-7474.