Drinking Water Alerts

This page contains information on Group A water systems that have an Active Alert within Washington state. Group A water systems have 15 or more service connections or serve 25 or more people 60 or more days per year.

Alert - Drinking Water

County Water System Date Issued Sort ascending Action Recommended Contact Phone Comments
Grant Parker Spring Acres Water Assoc Do Not Drink 509-760-0825

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Walla Walla K2H Farms - Shop & Office Boil Water 509-585-4200

The water system lost pressure and will remain without water until the well pump can be repaired. When water lines lose pressure, potentially harmful contaminants can enter the water system. As a safety precaution, when water pressure is restored users should boil their water or use purchased bottled water until further notice. 

Pacific Bruceport County Park Boil Water (360) 875-9300 x2288

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Residents should boil their drinking water or use purchased bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage

Walla Walla Sun Harbor SW Do Not Drink 509-430-5136

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Lewis Timberlane Mobile Home Park Boil Water 360-520-2960

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

Grant Sand Hollow 1 H2A Do Not Drink 509-833-5003

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Douglas AFC Ranch 5 Do Not Drink 509-630-3163

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

King Crestview West Water System Boil Water 206-605-2988

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Residents should boil their drinking water or use purchased bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage

San Juan Blakely Island Maintenance Commission Boil Water 425-218-4056

This system detected issues and failures of online monitoring equipment for turbidity and finished chlorine contact time. As a precautionary measure, the system recommends that customers boil their drinking water or use bottled water until further notice.

Skagit Cascade River Community Club Boil Water 360-961-0562

This water system experienced low pressure in a portion of the “Division I” zone. When water lines lose pressure, potentially harmful contaminants can enter the water system. As a safety precaution, residents should boil their water or use purchased bottled water until further notice.

Douglas Rimrock Meadows Do Not Drink 509-632-9800

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Chelan Silver Bell Winery Do Not Drink (253) 377-1865

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Benton Columbia Crest Winery Do Not Drink 509-833-5003

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Spokane Teen Challenge Do Not Drink 509-244-5610

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Grays Harbor Sea View Boil Water 360-500-4171

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

Skagit Fire Mountain Scout Reservation Boil Water 360-632-6999

This utility is experiencing disruption with maintenance activities that could affect the treatment plant. As a safety precaution, the utility recommends that customers boil their tap water or use purchased bottled water until further notice.

Clark Lake Merwin Camper Hideaway Sys 2 Boil Water (360) 247-5589

This water system experienced a main break with pressure loss. When water lines lose pressure, potentially harmful contaminants can enter the water system. As a safety precaution, customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice.

Snohomish Troublesome Creek Campground Boil Water 773-562-1893

"No water" health advisory. Tests show E. coli present in the water, so the campground turned off the water. Campers should boil any water obtained from the well or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

San Juan Hannah Heights HOA Do Not Drink 360-317-8335

PFOS and PFOA were detected at levels above the EPA’s health advisory level. PFOS and PFOA are unregulated contaminants. Customers on the west side of San Juan Island, southwest of Friday Harbor, should use only purchased bottled water for drinking and cooking until further notice.

Grant Sand Hollow 1 H2A Do Not Drink 509-833-5003

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Whatcom Glacier Springs Boil Water 360-966-5294

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

Douglas AFC Ranch 7 Do Not Drink 509-322-0581

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Pend Oreille Sravasti Abbey Boil Water 509-780-3369

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Residents should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage

Clark First Friends Church Vancouver Boil Water 360-695-4455

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

Garfield Hiway Trailer Court Do Not Drink 509-301-6933

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Whatcom Lynden BS – GSA Bellingham Do Not Drink 206-201-1431

This water system experienced pressure loss. When water lines lose pressure, potentially harmful contaminants can enter the water system. As a safety precaution, residents should use purchased bottled water until further notice.

Okanogan Monse-Riggan Camp Do Not Drink (509) 689-2567

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Benton Coxville Water Association #1 Do Not Drink (509) 366-8008

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Benton The Finley Shopper Do Not Drink 206-245-9230

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice. 

Grant Cascade Village MHP Boil Water 509-488-0219

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

Klickitat Roosevelt Park Boil Water 541-739-1028

 

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Customers should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage.

Walla Walla Columbia 12 Touchet Chevron Do Not Drink 509-394-2361

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Walla Walla Florida Power and Light Do Not Drink 509-386-8751

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women, and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Adams Schrag EB/WB Rest Areas Do Not Drink (509) 324 6583

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Okanogan Emanuel Heights Water System Boil Water 509-322-0581

The water system reported damage to the reservoir foundation. As a safety precaution, the utility recommends that customers boil their tap water or use purchased bottled water until further notice.

Adams Four Seasons Campground Do Not Drink 509-257-2332

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Stevens Marble Water System Do Not Drink 509-732-4535

Unapproved water source. Residents should use bottled water until further notice.

Grays Harbor Humptulips Grocery Boil Water 360-987-2335

Tests show E. coli present in the water. Residents should boil their water or use bottled water until further notice. More information is available on our coliform webpage

Clallam Bullman Beach Boil Water 360-640-1411

Voluntary alert

Precautionary advisory due to the use of an unapproved water source. The GWI well must meet the surface water treatment standards including filtration and disinfection. As a safety precaution, the utility recommends that customers in the affected area boil their tap water or use purchased bottled water until further notice.

Spokane Great Northern Do Not Drink 509-448-5279, 509-747-7714

PFOS and PFOA were detected at levels above the EPA’s health advisory level. PFOS and PFOA are unregulated contaminants. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Chelan Rivers Edge Lodge Do Not Drink 253-377-1865

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Benton Sundance Improvement Assn. Do Not Drink 509-491-0788

Nitrate levels in the water system exceed safe drinking water standards. This can pose a health risk for infants, pregnant women and the elderly. Vulnerable populations should drink only purchased bottled water until further notice.

Jefferson Brandeberry Water System Boil Water 360-426-7063

Use of an unapproved water source (spring). Until further notice, customers should use bottled water or boil their tap water for one minute and allow it to cool. More information is available on our coliform webpage