Boil water notice lifted in Fulshear after reports of pressure problems at water well

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FULSHEAR, Texas – The city of Fulshear has lifted its boil water notice that was issued Monday, according to city officials.

Water pressure at one of the city wells dropped and affected the downtown water system.

According to city officials, the public water system took the necessary corrective actions to restore the water’s quality.

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality was also reportedly given laboratory test results that indicate residents were safe to use the water.

City officials said an “unexpected electrical issue” impacted one of the wells at the Downtown Water System Plant (City of Fulshear system). The issue was completely unrelated to previous issues of demand and was an electrical issue, officials said.

Anyone with questions is urged to contact Inframark at 281-398-8211.

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