SMITHVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) says the boil-water notice issued for the Town of Smithville has been lifted.
The alert was issued on Saturday, November 11. It affected roughly 400 customers. The notice was lifted on Thursday, November 16.
MSDH says the water from this system is now safe to drink.
SMITHVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - A boil water alert is in effect for 400 customers who get their water from the town of Smithville.
However, the alert primarily affects those who live east of town.
The alert is for those on the following roads:
- Highway 23 outside of town
- 60020 Highway 23
- 60021 Highway 23
- Frederick Trl.
- Stateline Rd.
- Jug Shop Rd.
- Davis Rd.
- Bull Mountain Rd.
- Duncan Lake Rd.
- Cedar Ridge Dr.
- Cowley Rd.
- Walls Rd.
- Jackson Rd.
- Stafford Rd.
- Collins Rd.
- George Pearce Rd.
- McKenzie Rd.
- Pearce Chapel Rd.
- Kennedy Rd.
- Brasfield Loop
- Hadaway Bottom Rd.
- Samýs Sawmill Rd.
- Wildwood Trl.
- Firetower Rd.
- Faulkner Ln.
- Gregory Loop
- Seminole Rd.
- F.B. Boozer Ln.
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