Areas in the Greater Houston region remain under water boil advisory

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Monday, February 22, 2021
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As of Saturday night, the water supply across the Houston area is reportedly improving. But, Mayor Turner says its still not safe to consume.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- More water utility systems across the Houston area are lifting boil orders that went into effect after outages and pressure issues crippled supplies during last week's historic winter storm.

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The city of Houston lifted its boil water notice on Sunday afternoon.

Here's a list of cities in the Greater Houston area where officials have rescinded the boil notice as of Sunday, Feb. 21:

City of Houston

City of Galveston

Clear Lake

Baytown

Bellaire

Friendswood

Jersey Village

Katy

La Marque

La Porte

League City

Livingston

Missouri City

Pearland

Webster

Deer Park

Sugar Land

South Houston

Texas City

On Sunday afternoon, officials with the city of Pasadena said the boil water notice is still in effect for that area, and they are waiting approval from TCEQ on when they can rescind the advisory.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has a running list of utilities that have rescinded boil notices.

Area utilities and many other major water supplies in the area remained under boil orders Sunday. You can see a list of entities that have active boil order notices here.

There's more information on public water supplies in the state on the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality website.

Water utilities across Texas issued the boil orders last week due to low water pressure. Some have even had to shut off entire supplies after pipes burst.

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