Boil alert lifted for most Medina residents

MEDINA COUNTY, OH (WOIO) - As of 11 a.m., Medina police say the boil alert has been lifted for everyone except those who live on Burgandy Bay Boulevard. The city is still waiting for test results for them and hope to life the alert by tomorrow.


A water main break in Medina is affecting service in the southeast part of the city and along Granger Road.

The water main has been repaired, but the boil alert is still in effect. Police say you should continue to boil water until test results come back clean.

The  precautionary boil notice is for residents living in the northeast quadrant of the city, bordered by East Washington Street, North Court Street, Harding Street to east city limits, including Burgundy Bay and Retreat Drive. Residents in the southeast quadrant, bordered by East Washington Street, Wadsworth Road, and including South Broadway, Grant Street, South Street and Malloy Court.

The city of Medina said crews fixed the main around midnight and are working diligently to fill the hole and repair the roadway now.

Police will notify residents via social media when the water is safe to use without boiling.

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