Water boil notice rescinded by city

by | Sep 12, 2022 | Uncategorized

This morning, a statement was released by the city of Murphy, rescinding the water boil notice issued on Saturday.

The notice states: “Following a series of exhaustive tests on the quality of water, the City of Murphy has issued a statement rescinding the boil water notice.”

 “The rescind notice is effective immediately and allows for users of Murphy-supplied water to resume its utilization for all purposes without the need for boiling or other mitigation.”   

For further information please contact Timothy L. Rogers, Public Services Director (972-468-4353), Wade Williams, Public Works Superintendent (972-468- 4376), or Mike Foster, Water Quality Technician (972-468-4355) at 206 N. Murphy Road, Murphy TX 75094.

From Staff reports[email protected]

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