Parts of Jackson County under precautionary boil advisory
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - KC Water announced Wednesday morning that residents within two areas of Jackson County were under a precautionary boil advisory.
A news release stated the boil advisory was for:
- Customers in the Northeast Industrial District and portions of the northern part of the Historic Old Northeast within the boundaries of I-35 to I-435, and from St. John Avenue to the Missouri River
- Customers in the Union Hill and Longfellow neighborhoods within the boundaries of Main Street to Troost Avenue, and from Linwood Boulevard to E. 27th Street.
A map of the affected area is available here.
KC water said, “Customers may experience low water pressure in this area. Water service in this area has returned, but customers should follow the following Boil Water Advisory until a Cancellation Notice is issued.”
Customers with questions or concerns can call 816-513-1313.
You can visit KC Water’s website to check if a cancellation notice has been issued yet.
To learn more about what a boil water advisory means and how it is different from a boil water order, click here.
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