Boil water advisory lifted for some GC buildings

Boil water advisory lifted for some GC buildings

Update: I9:54 a.m. July 14, 2022

The City of Milledgeville has lifted a boil water advisory affecting some buildings on the Georgia College campus.

At 9:54 a.m., Thursday,  July 14, City of Milledgeville water department officials communicated that water quality testing has confirmed the microbiological quality of the water in the distribution system is safe for human consumption.

These areas include: West Hancock Street between South Clarke Street and South Jackson Street and on South Columbia Street between West Greene Street and West Hancock Street.

Please note that due to the low pressure in the water distribution system that resulted from the water main break, initial discharge from the tap may be discolored. Before consuming any water, please continue to run the faucet until the water returns to a normal color.

The Boil Water Advisory for the area of West Montgomery Street between North Tatnall Street and North Clarke Street and on North Columbia Street between West Montgomery Street and West McIntosh Street is still in effect. The Carl Vinson House is included in this area.

Updated: 2022-07-14
Margaret Brown1
University Communications