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Boil-Water Notice Remains in Effect for CLWSC Customers, List of Areas Without Water Updated

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Boil-Water Notice Remains in Effect for CLWSC Customers, List of Areas Without Water Updated

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In an email Sunday, Canyon Lake Water Service Company (CLWSC) said a boil-water advisory remains in effect for all customers in Comal and Blanco counties.

CLWSC said it is collecting water samples as water service is restored in service areas still without power. Water samples will be tested at laboratories to ensure bacteria did not get into the water system.

Crews are out today working to reconnect water to areas of Canyon Lake still without service.

“While we have made considerable progress in getting water from our sources into the distribution system and storage tanks, some customers are still out of water or experiencing low pressure,” CLWSC said. “Identifying leaks is critical to our ability to complete restoration. Many leaks are located on the properties of our customers. Please help us restore water to you and your neighbors by checking for leaks and reporting on our website at www.sjwtx.com.”

Customers with irrigation systems are asked to turn off their water supply regardless of whether a leak is suspected.

In areas where water service is already restored, employees will read meters on a regular basis to help identify if there are leaks in the water systems. CLWSC said this will help it restore full water service.

In other areas, CLWSC crews will work to identify leaks.

SUBDIVISIONS WITH PARTIAL TO FULL WATER PRESSURE RESTORED

Astro Hills
Belle Oaks
Bulverde Hills
Canyon Lake Acres
Canyon Lake Forest
Canyon Lake Hills
Canyon Lake Island
Canyon Lake Shores
Cascada at Canyon Lake
City of Bulverde
Clearwater Estates
Copper Canyon
Cordova Bend/Alta Lago
Cougar Ridge/Eldorado Heights
Devils Backbone Heights
Ensenada Shores
First Mountain
Glenmare
Glenwood
Guadalupe River Club
Hancock 306
Hancock Canyon
Hancock Oak Hills
Heritage Estates
Hillcrest Estates
Horseshoe Falls
Inland Estates
Lakeview Park
Lakewood Hills
Las Brisas – (aka Avonlea)
Meyer Ranch
Mountain Springs Ranch
Mystic Bluff
Mystic Shores (south of Fm 306)
North Lake
Northpoint
Oak Shores North
Oakland Estates
Rancho Del Lago West
Rebecca Creek
River Crossing
Rocky Creek Ranch
Rolling Hills/Tom Creek Acres
Saddleridge
Sattler
Scenic Terrace
Serenity Oaks
Singing Hills
Spring Branch Meadows
Stallion Springs
Startzville
Summit Estates at Fischer
Summit North
The Cedars
The Crossing at Spring Creek
The Point at Rancho Del Lago
The Springs at Rebecca Creek
The Summit
The Village/Arrowhead Lake
The Woodlands
Tranquility Park
Triple Peak
Ventana
Village Shores
Village West/Highland Terrace
Vintage Oaks (lower zone)
Vintage Oaks (upper zone)
Waggener Ranch RR
Waterfront Park
Whispering Hills

SUBDIVISIONS WITH WATER PRESSURE RECHARGING STORAGE TANKS

Edgebrook
Mystic Shores (north Of Fm 306)
Hidden Trails
Copper Canyon

SUBDIVISIONS WITH LOW OR NO WATER PRESSURE

Comal Hills
Cypress Springs on the Guadalupe
Deer River/Valero Estates
Emerald Valley
Lantana Ridge
Riverwood Estates
Stallion Estates
Woods of Spring Branch
Hidden Trail (crew in the area)
Lake of the Hills (crew in the area)
Little Ponderosa (crews in the area)
Rust Ranch and Whitmire (crews in the area)
Mt. Lookout (crews in the area)

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