Georgetown Utility Systems customers along Highway 29 and D.B Road are dealing with an interruption in their service Monday, and it could take up to two weeks for the issue to be fixed, according to the city. Many subdivisions are under a boil water notice, affecting about 1,400 out of its 39,000 customers, officials said.
Apparently The water systems were affected after Saturday afternoon and made it known with a Facebook post.
The following subdivisions are under a boil water notice: Barmor Inc., Bear Creek Country Estates, Bear Creek Ranch, Bridle Gate, Carriage Oaks Estates, Cierra Springs, Cierra Vista, Clearwater Ranch, Estates At Northgate, Hidden Meadows Of Liberty Hill, Hilltop At Stable Oaks, Indian Oak Estates, Liberty Hill RV Park, Northwest Acres, Phillip Lane Estates, Quarry Lake Estates, Rolling Hills, Stage Coach Hill, Stone House Estates, Stonewall Ranch, Sundance Estates, Sundance Ranch, Sunny Hill Mobile Home Park, and Sunrise Acres.
We really hope it doesn't take 2 weeks to get this problem fixed. Officials are saying some people have to go as far as Waco just to get water that they need.