Boil Water Notices Across Central Florida

Brevard County

Cocoa Utility System

The Cocoa Utility System have issued a precautionary boil water notice for its entire service area -- including Patrick Air Force Base, Kennedy Space Center, Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, Cocoa, Port St. John, Rockledge and Viera -- for at least two days.

All water used for consumption should be boiled for one minute. Water is safe for bathing, laundry and other non-consumptive uses.


Seminole County

City of Winter Springs

Officials have asked residents on the city's sewer system to minimize water and sewer usage to prevent backups.

City of Altamonte Springs

Crews are working to repair citywide outages at sanitary sewer pump stations. Residents on public sewer systems are asked to minimize usage if possible. 


Volusia County

City of DeLand

Because of power outages and excessive storm water, officials ask residents who are connected to city sewer to refrain from adding wastewater to the sewer system by avoiding showering/bathing, doing laundry or flushing toilets.


Orange County

City of Winter Park

No boil water notices have been issued and no outages have been reported. Officials ask customers to minimize their water usage because of power outages at several sewer lift stations. 


Osceola County

No reported boil alert notices.


Brevard County

No reported boil alert notices.


Lake County

No reported boil alert notices.


Marion County

No reported boil alert notices.


Polk County

No reported boil alert notices.


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