UPDATE: 5 p.m. 1/4/18 – Residents in parts of of the City of Concordia have been told that a boil order that had been in effect has now been lifted. According to a news release from the Concordia City Clerk, a boil advisory that was in effect from 9th Street to 13th Street, and also affecting residents from Main Street to St. Louis Street, has been lifted.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. — Residents in parts of of the City of Concordia are being warned not to drink the tap water in the city without boiling it first until further notice.
According to a news release from the Concordia City Clerk, a boil advisory is in effect until further notice from ninth Street to 13th Street. In addition, Main Street to St. Louis Street is affected by the advisory.
Residents in the affected areas should bring any tap water to a rolling boil for at least three minutes before use for cooking or consumption.
Further details were not immediately available. KMZU will provide updates as soon as possible.