Boil Water Advisory Extended for NW Farmington Hills

Boil Water Advisory Extended for NW Farmington Hills

(Oakland County, Oct. 28, 2017)
Farmington Hills, MI – A portion of northwest Farmington Hills lost water pressure Friday night for a couple hours due to a malfunction in a pressure regulating valve operated by the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner (WRC) at Halsted and 14 Mile. Because of the loss of pressure, the WRC must begin a new set of water quality tests for that specific area which will push back the timeline for lifting its boil water advisory until at least Monday morning.
PLEASE NOTE that the rest of Farmington Hills north of I-696 and the other communities which remain under a boil water advisory are still expected to end their boil water advisories before the weekend is over, barring any additional unforeseen circumstances.
Attached is a map which defines the boundaries of the affected area of northwest Farmington Hills and the names of the streets impacted by the extended boil water alert. Residents, businesses and schools will be able to link to the map by clicking on the boil water alert update banner at the top of the homepage.

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