Water service restored for those affected by line relocation in West Columbia

Water service has been restored for City of Columbia water customers impacted by the water line relocation

boil-water-803.jpgWEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) — Water service has been restored for City of Columbia water customers impacted by the water line relocation.

Water customers in the following areas experienced a break in water service:

  • All addresses in the 2900 – 3600 blocks of Leaphart Road
  • All addresses on Methodist Park Road
  • All addresses in the 4300 block of Mineral Springs Road
  • All addresses on  Mineral Springs Circle
  • All addresses on Hebron Drive
  • All addresses on Hooksen Circle
  • All addresses on Hooksen Drive
  • All addresses on Woodsen Circle
  • All addresses on Dogwood Lane
  • All addresses on Bay Blossom Lane
  • All addresses on Cherry Lane
  • All addresses on Peamar Drive
  • All addresses on Peamar Circle
  • All addresses on Genny Street
  • All addresses on Melton Street
  • All addresses on Thomas Street
  • All addresses on Merchant Lake Road
  • All addresses on Park Circle
  • All addresses on Continental Drive
  • All addresses on Pine Shadow Lane
  • All addresses on Kimeric Court

Water customers in this area and any water customers near this area who have lost water pressure are advised to vigorously boil their water for at least one (1) full minute prior to drinking or cooking. Also, any ice made from water that has not been boiled should not be used for drinking purposes.

Water customers may check the city of West Columbia website at www.westcolumbiasc.gov for updates on the boil water advisory.

Water customers may also contact customer service at City Hall between 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at 803.791.1880. Emergencies occurring after hours and on weekends and holidays should be reported to the West Columbia Police Department at 803.794.0721.


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