Officials issue boil water advisory for parts of Groveland, hand out free water

Advisory will remain in effect for 48 hours after the leak has been repaired

GROVELAND, Fla. – The City of Groveland issued a boil water advisory for some residents after a water line break, according to a news release.

Officials said the city’s “Water Plant 3/Sunshine System experienced a main line break” on Sunday.

On Monday, city officials announced they are handing out free water to residents affected by the break.

The break has resulted in the boil water advisory for the affected residents and businesses in the following areas:

  • Christopher C. Ford Commerce Park
  • Trilogy
  • Estates at Cherry Lake – Southern Ridge
  • Waterside
  • Cherryridge
  • Crestridge
  • Bellevue
  • Parkside
  • Arborwood
  • The Vineyard, Wilson Estates
  • Cherry Lake Oaks
  • Trinity Lakes
  • Blue Spring Reserve
  • Phillip’s Lading
  • U..S 27 Corridor
  • Bee’s RV Resort
  • Clerbrook RV Resort

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According to the release, crews are working around the clock to restore water as quickly as possible and city officials anticipate that could be as early as Monday morning.

The boil water advisory will remain in effect for 48 hours after the leak has been repaired and pressures are restored.

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