Boil Water Advisory In Effect For Parts Of Main Street In Newark

There is currently a boil water advisory in effect for addresses between 30 – 100 East Main Street due to planned water main improvements associated with the Main Street Road Rehabilitation project.

The boil water advisory will remain in effect until the City and the DHSS Office of Drinking Water both receive and approve test results that confirm the absence of bacterial contamination. These results are usually received 24 to 72 hours after the advisory is in place.

The City will notify all affected customers when the boil water advisory is lifted. To learn more, visit the FAQ at the City’s official webpage:, or contact Public Works and Water Resources at 302-366-7000 with any questions or concerns.

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