Boil Water Advisory Issued For Residents In Part Northwest DC

According to FOX5, A boil water advisory has been issued for residents in part of Northwest, D.C. after several customers experienced low water pressure.

DC Water officials are still investigating the cause of the issue and working to restore system pressure for those that reside in wards 3 and 4.

The advisory will remain in place until testing shows that the water is safe to drink. Customers in the impacted area are advised to boil water used for drinking and cooking.

The advisory is expected to be lifted on Sunday.

Listed below are the areas that are strongly affected by the advisory:

  • Colonial Village
  • Shepherd Park
  • North Portal Estates
  • Walter Reed
  • Takoma
  • Brightwood
  • Manor Park
  • Lamond Riggs
  • Queens Chapel
  • Fort Totten
  • Pleasant Hill
  • Brightwood Park
  • Crestwood
  • Petworth
  • Rock Creek Park
  • Hawthorne
  • Barnaby Woods
  • Chevy Chase
  • North Cleveland Park
  • Forest Hills
  • Van Ness
  • Cleveland Park
  • Woodley Park
  • Massachusetts Avenue Heights
  • Woodland-Normanstone Terrace