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Boil water notice lifted for all affected Missouri City MUDs. Please see latest updates below:
As of 2:30 p.m. all 10 Boil Water Notices in Missouri City have been rescinded (lifted) including the 7 managed by Quail Valley Utility District.
While it is safe to use these public water systems, it is highly recommended that residents in these recently impacted Boil Water Notice areas properly prepare in resuming the use of this water.
These are only some basic guidelines and are not all inclusive of every situation that all residents will encounter. Some residents may need to repeat these steps if they experience prolonged water quality issues like color, taste, and odor concerns.
For additional details and guidance, please contact your MUD operations company. See contact details via the link below:
As of 12:30 p.m. today, the Quail Valley Utility District is working diligently on the final steps of quality assurance and quality control measures before the test results are released. The target for rescinding the Boil Water Notices if possible in the remaining seven public water systems in Missouri City is around 2:30 p.m. QVUD management will likely release all the Boil Water Notices at the same time if possible. Stay tuned for the next update around 2:30 p.m.
The Boil Water Notice for Southwest Harris County MUD No.1. is now lifted; residents are NOT required to boil it before consumption.
The other 7 out of 10 affected Missouri City MUDs are still under a boil water notice. Stay tuned for updates throughout the day.
Quail Valley Utility District has taken all the required bacteriological samples for the following listed public water system. These analytical results should be received back from the laboratory around noon Feb. 23, 2021 and the rescind (removal) of Boil Water Notices will begin soon thereafter as the lab analysis permit.
Similarly, the City is expecting bacteriological samples and analytical results from Inframark for:
Once the rescind notices are issued, updates will be shared here and on City's social media outlets.
The Boil Water Notice for Fort Bend County WCID No. 2 and Harris County MUD No. 122 is now lifted; residents in these MUDs are NOT required to boil it before consumption anymore.
Additional MUDs on Boil Water Notice:
Boil Water Notices issued for additional MUDs:
As of 9:30 p.m. Fort Bend County WCID No. 2 operated by Fort Bend County WCID No. 2 and Harris County MUD No. 122 operated by Inframark were issued boil water notices.
While these listed Districts may still have water pressures available in many locations, they are all under a Boil Water Notice until a rescind notice is posted. These Boil Water Notices will be in effect for a minimum average of five (5) days.