BOIL WATER NOTICE RESCINDED - WATER QUALITY ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT
Water Turbidity in the Mark Creek system has improved over the past 24 hour period. The water is now rated as FAIR (between 1 NTU and 5 NTU). Therefore, the BOIL WATER NOTICE issued on Sunday, May 7th, 2017has been rescinded effective 11:00 AM on Tuesday, May 9, 2017.
PUBLIC NOTICE: BOIL WATER NOTICE FOR ALL KIMBERLEY RESIDENTS
In accordance with Interior Health’s Water Quality Notification Program the City of Kimberley has issued a BOIL WATER NOTICE for ALL USERS. Recent testing shows that current water quality is poor due to increased turbidity (cloudiness) in the water.
Please be advised that the City of Kimberley is on a Water Quality Advisory as per Interiour Health's guidelines for water quality. Due to increased turbidity from silt, current water quality in the Mark Creek System is testing as FAIR. Our test readings are above 1 NTU and below 5 NTU.
The precautionary evacuation has been lifted for the 200 block of Spokane Street (in the Platzl) and the 100 block of Wallinger Avenue (between Spokane and Howard). The road closure on Wallinger will remain in effect while necessary repairs are completed. Please use detours to avoid the area.