Boil Order Lifted
April 26, 2013
Boil Order Lifted [8:45 a.m. 4/26]
MACOMB, IL -- The boil order for the City of Macomb is no longer in effect.
[Posted 5:45 a.m. 4/25]
From the City of Macomb: The water conservation order for the City of Macomb has been lifted. The water treatment plant is within normal operating capacity. The city-issued boil order remains in effect until further notice.
[Posted 6 p.m. 4/24]
The city-issued boil order and water conservation order remain in effect until further notice.
[Posted 5 a.m. 4/24]
From City of Macomb: The City of Macomb's water plant is experiencing technical problems due to a power outage. Because of this problem, the city's available water supply is extremely low. We are asking everyone to conserve water until further notice. A boil order is in effect until further notice. Bring water to a rolling boil for at least five (5) minutes before consumption. Limit water usage to necessities only. The boil order and water conservation is in effect for the next 24 hour period. Thank you for your cooperation.