Residents may resume normal water use but should take the following precautionary measures after a boil alert
WASHINGTON — The boil water alert for parts of Stafford County was lifted Friday afternoon.
Officials say that test results show that there is no evidence of contamination.
Residents may resume normal water use but should take precautionary measures after a boil alert, such as flushing their water to clear the plumbing. This includes interior and exterior faucets, showers, water and ice dispenser, water treatment units among other things.