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Effective March 1, 2015
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BPSUD wants to know if you received a boil water phone call, email or text message
The Bolivar Peninsula Special Utility District(BPSUD) recently had two occasions in which it had to issue a “boil water” notice to its customers This was caused by two water leaks in the water line owned by the Lower Neches Valley Authority which operates the line from Winnie to High Island.
Although the line is not owned or operated by the BPSUD, the District was required by state law to issue the two notices. Did you get a call, an email or a text message? If you did not get a notice you are not in the District’s records and you may wish to sign up to get such calls in the future.
You can sign up by calling 409-684-3515 or sending an email to email@example.com,
Besides the “boil water” notices you would also get information about water leaks in your neighborhood, warnings when the water will be shut down in the event of a storm, and other valuable information.