Frozen Water Lines

The Town of Milk River is recommending that residents keep one tap in their home running at a steady stream (about a pencil width) until further notice. There are around 25 homes in town that have frozen water lines and we are continuing to receive phone calls daily. Thank you again for your cooperation.

BOIL WATER ADVISORY – ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES – OCTOBER 23, 2018 – Updated

*BOIL WATER ADVISORY – ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES*

 

*As a precautionary measure, a boil water advisory has been implemented for the entire Town of Milk River until further notice. Please bring all water that is being used for consumption and cooking purposes to a rolling boil. For further information please refer to this document from Alberta Health Services:

https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/assets/wf/eph/wf-eph-boil-water-advisory-water-home-safety.pdf

This is a result of unforeseen complications that occurred during the valve replacement project. We will send out further information as it becomes available. Should you have any questions, please do no hesitate to contact the Town Office at (403) 647-3773.*

Additional Information:

AHS – Long Term Care Facilities, Supportive Living and Home Living Facilities

AHS – Personal Service Facilities

AHS – Food Establishment

AHS – School

AHS – Community-based Health Care Setting

AHS – Acute Health Care Site

AHS – Home Use