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North Forsyth boil water advisory partially lifted
Water line break leads to warning
Boil water advisory

Edit: 3-24-2022 Officials say they have lifted the boil water advisory for all roads around Bethel Road except Impala Street and Nova Drive. Those lines have been resampled and results of those tests will be available on Friday morning. 

Forsyth County officials have issued a boil water advisory for customers in the Bethel Road area in northeastern Forsyth County. 

The warning follows what officials said was a  water service line break, and it applies to customers on Bethel Road south of Brown's Bridge Road, and all roads branching off Bethel Road. (see map below)

Officials say that affected customers should boil any water intended for consumption, including washing fruits or vegetables, brushing teeth, or drinking should be boiled for at least one minute before being used. 

Crews have spent the night flushing the lines going to each street in the area and pulling samples, but officials say they cannot lift the advisory until the samples have been observed at the county water treatment plant for 24 hours for observation. Officials say they will notify area residents once the advisory is lifted.