Those in Beacon Hill can once again consume their water normally.
The municipality announced on Friday Alberta Health Services has lifted the boil water advisory for the neighbourhood.
Residents are being told to flush their taps for five minutes and ensure all equipment with water line connections like refrigerator ice and water dispensers are drained, flushed, cleaned, and disinfected according to manufacturers’ recommendations.
They should also run water softeners through a regeneration cycle according to manufacturers recommendations, drain and refill hot water heaters that have been set below 45 degrees Celsius, and flush, drain, clean and disinfect cisterns.
Those living and working in Gregoire, Prairie Creek, Saprae Creek, Timberlea which includes Eagle Ridge and Stone Creek, as well as Taiga Nova Eco-Industrial Park can expected to have their advisory lifted within the next three weeks.
This isn’t 100 per cent confirmed.
The Lower Townsite, Abasand, Parsons Creek, and Thickwood, including Dickinsfield and Wood Buffalo, saw their advisories lifted earlier this week.