Update #7: Water Quality Advisory: Extended to May 10

Water Quality Advisory

Update #7: May 9, 4:30 p.m.

Approximately 2500 homes in the City remain under a Water Quality Advisory.Testing and analysyis of the water is ongoing and the City will be issuing the next update around noon on Wednesday, May 10.

A list of the street addresses in the affected area is available at: http://www.penticton.ca/EN/meta/city-news/news-archives/2017-archives/update-2017-05-06-water-quality-advisory.html

Please note that the City is on a Water Quality Advisory and not the Boil Water Advisory which is in effect for some Okanagan communities.

A water quality advisory is the lowest-level notification and is used in situations where the general public health threat is modest.  Additional precautions (boiling for one minute) can be taken by individuals with weakened immune systems, people over 65 years of age, children under 2 years, and people with chronic illnesses.

Contact:
Mark Parker
Communications Officer 
250-487-8216
mark.parker@penticton.ca