UPDATE: The Brownsville PUB has lifted a boil water notice for customers who were affected by a broken water line on Diamond Drive.
In a release, Brownsville PUB said, "After conducting water sampling at six areas of Brownsville and finding water residuals at adequate levels, Brownsville Public Utilities Board, in accordance with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), will lift the boil water notice effective Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. for all customers living within the boundaries of north of Ruben M. Torres, Sr. Boulevard, FM 802 and east of West Alton Gloor Boulevard, south of FM 511 and west of Dana Avenue. It is no longer necessary to boil the water."
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is advising some of its customers to boil their water due to a broken water line on Diamond Drive.
Brownsville PUB officials say the boil water notice only affects customers living within the boundaries north of Ruben M. Torres Boulevard, Farm-to-Market Road 802 and east of West Alton Gloor Boulevard, south of Farm-to-Market Road 511 and west of Dana Avenue.
Residents in the affected areas should not drink, cook, or make ice with water before boiling it for at least two minutes.
BPUB officials say it will notify the public when the boil water notice is no longer in effect.
For more information, contact BPUB at 956-983-6300.