(Cleveland)- The Boil Water Notice for certain customers served by the city of Cleveland water service has been lifted.  Andrea Smith

Water Distribution Operator with the City of Cleveland Public Works advised Tuesday morning that the  EPD has confirmed with the City that all tests are clear and the Boil Water Notice has been lifted. 

On Sunday the City of Cleveland Water System had a 6-inch water line break that affected a large area around Westmoreland Road south of Cleveland.

This affected City of Cleveland water customers located in the A portion of Westmoreland Road (East & West) Briarwood Dr, Shiree Dr., Shay’s Dr., Longview Dr., Independent Dr., Bald Ridge Dr., Jacob’s Dr., Oakridge Dr., The Pines Rd., Dutch Rd., Partin Rd., Biggs Dr., Mary Ellen Dr., Edna Dr., Lawson Rd., and Fairlane Dr, Friendship Road (at the nursing facility). area of the city’s water service area.

The water line was damaged as a result of flooding during the heavy rain Sunday morning. To make proper repairs, the City Public Works Department had to shut off the water supply to the line.

Due to this main break and repair, the City issued a boil water notice to the local media for the affected customers. The notice is required by the EPD.

This notice is to ensure the safety of the drinking water to the city’s customers in the event of the possibility of a contaminant entering the system.