Results from a water quality test came back clear today, Feb. 15, 2018, after a water main leak repair that affected customers on Spruce Street (see map below).
If a customer has discolored water due to a loss of pressure, this was caused by the home's internal plumbing. If you experience discolored water after a main break, you can flush your internal plumbing lines by running the largest faucet in your home, normally the bath tub faucet or any faucet experiencing discolored water, until your water is clear.
If you have questions, you may call 636-477-6600, ext. 1573.
This project was part of a proactive approach by the City of St. Peters to address water main leaks caused by the cold weather this winter. The St. Peters Utilities Department is working to repair leaks with minimal disruption to water service and avoid major water main breaks that would require emergency repairs.
Public notices for water main repair projects are posted online at www.stpetersmo.net
and on Twitter @StPetersMo
. Notifications for emergency repairs are also distributed through Nixle
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