When is the Boil Water Notice expected to be lifted?

As of Thursday morning, June 29, the City of Coppell's Boil Water Notice has been lifted. 

The City of Coppell has received the water sample results from Trinity River Authority (TRA), and the samples meet Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requirements. As a result, the City of Coppell has lifted the Boil Water Notice. Utility customers may once again use water as normal. 

On June 28, 2023, the TCEQ required the City of Coppell public water system (identification number 0570040) to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform customers, individuals, and employees that, due to a power failure and the resulting loss of water pressure in the public water system, the water from this public water system was required to be boiled prior to use as drinking water or for human consumption purposes. 

The City of Coppell has taken the necessary corrective actions to restore the quality of the water used for drinking water or human consumption purposes distributed by this public water system and has provided TCEQ with laboratory test results that indicate that the water no longer requires boiling prior to use as of Thursday, June 29, 2023. 

If water is flowing normally from faucets, there is no need for customers to flush water from lines prior to consumption. All water in the City of Coppell system is safe for human consumption. Some residents and businesses may notice a buildup of air in their water lines. In this case, utility customers are advised to open their faucets and flush the air from their lines for 10 minutes. 

All City of Coppell facilities, with the exception of the library, are operating at regular hours today, June 29. The Cozby Library is expected to open at noon on June 29. 

If you have questions concerning this matter, please contact Jerry Davis, Water Utilities Supervisor, or Kumar Gali, Assistant Director of Public Works, at 972-462-5150.

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1. Has the Boil Water Notice been lifted?
2. Do I need to flush my pipes?
3. Can I wash my hands, shower, or bathe?
4. Can I brush my teeth?
5. Do I need to throw out my ice?
6. Can my pets drink the water?
7. What caused the Boil Water Notice?
8. When is the Boil Water Notice expected to be lifted?
9. Where can I pick up bottled water?
10. Why is air coming out of my faucet?
11. Can I wash dishes?
12. Can I do laundry?
13. Can I drink filtered water?
14. Can I water plants with tap water?
15. Can I wash fruits and vegetables?
16. Will City facilities be open on June 29?
17. Can I use water as normal?