SECOND NOTICE Boil Water Alert – Select Areas of Morley, Elm, High, and Clark Streets in Grand Ledge - Until Further Notice
GRAND LEDGE, MI, November 13, 2021 – 7:00 PM
Water samples were drawn late Friday and testing was conducted at the City’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE) certified laboratory to ensure water meets State of Michigan standards. The results of those initial water samples are complete following a required 24-hour testing period and were found to be non-detect. The second round of water samples was drawn this evening, as required, 24-hours after the initial samples were taken. Results of the second required EGLE tests are expected to be available by approximately 7:00 PM on Sunday, November 14, 2021. This second test will indicate whether the boil water advisory should remain in effect or if that the boil water advisory can be lifted. These results will be released to the public immediately upon determination. For more information, please click here.
A water main break on Morley Street, near Elm Street, has affected water pressure for a select area of residents. This incident has caused the City to issue a boil water advisory until further notice. City Department of Public Services staff is on-site completing the repair.
To whom does this apply?
Grand Ledge residents as noted in the shaded area of the map.