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SAWS Ending Boil Water Notice in Far North Neighborhoods

San Antonio Water System is rescinding the Boil Water Notice for four subdivisions in far North Bexar County.

A water main break at 26615 Toutant Beauregard caused a loss of pressure to customers in nearby areas. The affected area was west of I-10 West at Boerne Stage Road and included Anaqua Springs, Sundance Ranch, Legend Run and Aum-Sat-Tat Ranch subdivisions.

SAWS conducted tests to ensure that water in the area met all safe drinking water standards. Individuals there can again drink and cook with water from their tap without boiling.

SAWS made phone notifications and social media announcements to customers in the area, and distributed bottled water to the 877 affected customers.

Additional information is available at 210-704-SAWS (7297).


Previous Update – Saturday, Dec. 21 at 7:20 p.m.

SAWS Ending Boil Water Notice in Several Far North Neighborhoods

San Antonio Water System is rescinding the Boil Water Notice for four subdivisions in far North Bexar County.

A water main break at 26615 Toutant Beauregard caused a loss of pressure to customers in nearby areas. The affected area was west of I-10 West at Boerne Stage Road.

SAWS conducted tests to ensure that water in the Sundance Ranch, Legend Run and Aum-Sat-Tat Ranch met all safe drinking water standards. Individuals there can again drink and cook with water from their tap without boiling.

Final results on water tests for Anaqua Springs is expected later this evening.

Additional information is available at 210-704-SAWS (7297).


Original Notice – Friday, Dec. 20 at 3:54 p.m.

North Side Main Break Repaired; Loss in Pressure Triggers Boil Water Notice

A water main break Friday morning at 26615 Toutant Beauregard caused a loss of pressure to customers in nearby areas.

Service has been restored, but state law requires that after pressure is restored and the system is flushed, water samples must be taken to validate the water is safe. Final results on the testing will take approximately 24 hours.

SAWS has made phone notifications and social media announcements to customers in the area.

While we have every expectation that water in the area is safe, we urge customers to follow boil water procedures (see attached) out of an abundance of caution until test results are back late Saturday.

Tap water in the area is safe for showering or washing, but should be brought to a full boil before drinking or using for food preparation.

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