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Individual water systems issue precautionary boil-water alerts when water pressure is lost. Water systems are responsible for notifying their customers directly using whatever means necessary when such a self-imposed boil-water alert is issued.
When water testing by the MSDH Public Health Laboratory indicates problems related to water quality, MSDH immediately sends a state-issued boil-water alert to the public via press release and this website. The local water system is again responsible for notifying customers directly.
In addition to posting state-issued alerts on this site, MSDH will post self-imposed alerts if properly notified by water system officials. MSDH will issue press releases to radio, television, and newspaper in the affected area to supplement the public notification efforts of the water system.
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Last reviewed on Nov 13, 2019
City of Jackson (North Commerce Plaza & Gallant Dr)
Located in Hinds County, 9/17/2020
Symonds Water Association
Located in Bolivar County, 9/17/2020
City of Shelby
Located in Bolivar County, 9/9/2020
Paynes Water Association
Located in Tallahatchie County, 8/10/2020
West Madison Utl Dist
Located in Madison County, 6/23/2020
West Madison Utility District
Located in Madison County, 6/1/2020
Curtis Sudduth Mobile Home Park
Located in Pontotoc County, 03/26/2012
City of Jackson (Chatham Circle)
Released on September 15, 2020. Water from this system is now safe to drink.
City of Poplarville
Released on September 17, 2020. Water from this system is now safe to drink.
City of Brandon
Released on September 13, 2020. Water from this system is now safe to drink.