DEP: Boil water advisory lifted for parts of E. Orange

EAST ORANGE - The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has lifted the boil water alert for portions of East Orange.

According to the DEP, all portions of East Orange south of the Second River no longer have to boil their water. The DEP says the following streets remain under the boil water alert and should follow instructions that were issued on Sept. 30.

Boyden Street Brighton Ave. - North of Second River BridgeCharles StreetCleveland TerraceColonial TerraceCottage PlaceDodd Street - Orange Boarder to WestcottDodd TerraceFair StreetFulton StreetGlenwood Ave. - North of Second River BridgeGlen Park RoadGirard Ave. Haywood StreetHilton StreetKenmore TerraceLake St. Laurel Ave. Long StreetMidland Ave. - North of Second River BridgeMorse Ave. Netherwood TerraceNorth Park St. - North of Second River BridgeThornton Place

Boil water advisory issued for East Orange

City of East Orange East Orange Water Commission

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