PETERSBURG, Va. (WRIC) — Prince George County has issued a boil water notice for its central water system.

While the Appomattox River Water Authority had isolated Prince George County’s central water system during maintenance, a disruption occurred, causing a significant loss in water pressure.

ARWA has since fully restored water service to the County, but in order to make the water safe to drink, the county must flush, disinfect and sample the water system.

Corrective measures are expected to take place by this Friday, and the county will issue a rescission notice once they’re sure the water is safe for drinking again.

Everyone who lives or works in the following areas and neighborhoods are advised to boil their water before drinking it until further notice:

  • County Government Complex
  • Courthouse Road
  • JEJ Moore Middle School, Clements Junior HS, Prince George HS, LL Beazley ES and Walton ES
  • Temple Avenue
  • River Road
  • Puddledock Area
  • Jefferson Point, Baileys Ridge, and Independence Place Apartments
  • Branchester Lakes
  • Brickhouse Landing
  • Baxter Ridge
  • Birchett Estates
  • Manchester Mills
  • Rolling Meadows
  • Commonwealth Acres
  • Lee Acres
  • Bull Hill Road
  • The Meadow
  • Route 460 (County Drive) homes and businesses
  • Allin Road, Tinsley Charter
  • Laurel Spring Road
  • Southpoint Business Park