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CLWSC Boil Advisory Lifted for Canyon Lake, 50-Percent of Customers

Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Water Service Company.

Canyon Lake Water Service Company said late this afternoon it has rescinded the boil advisory for over 50-percent of its customers.

Sattler and Startzville residents can now use their tap water without boiling it first, Larry Jackson, director of Customer Service & Communications said in an email.

Crews continue to flush water mains and collect samples. The remaining boil-water advisories will be lifted as soon as possible, he said.

Boil Advisory Lifted for These Areas

Clearwater Estates
Belle Oaks
Astro Hills
Canyon Lake Forest
Canyon Lake Hills
Cordova Bend/Alta Lago
Crystal Heights
Emerald Valley
Ensenada Shores
First Mountain
Guadalupe River Club
Heritage Estates
Horseshoe Falls
Inland Estates
Lakeview Park
Lakewood Hills
Las Brisas (aka Avonlea)
Little Ponderosa
Meyer Ranch
Mountain Springs Ranch
Mt. Lookout
Oak Shores North
Rolling Hills/Tom Creek Acres
The Oaks
The Summit
The Village/Arrowhead Village
The Woodlands
Triple Peak
Village Shores
Village West/Highland Terrace
Vintage Oaks
Waggener Ranch RR
Waterfront Park
Whispering Hills

CLWSC said a boil-order advisory was not issued for the Deer Creek subdivision in Hays/Travis counties.

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  1. Perry Barker February 25, 2021

    my subdivision Cadillac Canyon is never listed . Is the boil water notice lifted for this area? My address is 1792 Rocky River Canyon Lake


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