According to a Facebook post put up around 4 p.m. Thursday by the City of Rio Grande City, residents who live west of the Fort Ringgold may experience temporary water service disruption or low water pressure.
According to the post, city employees have been dispatched and the issue will be resolved in a “timely manner.”
In a Facebook post posted at 6:26 p.m., the city assured the water was back on but now there is a water boil notice.
According to the post, the Texas Commission of Environment Quality is requiring the city to notify all customers to boil their water prior to consumption due to “conditions.”
The posts have several phone numbers citizens can reach for information. Though, calls from those numbers have not been answers.
The post also urges customers to bring the water to a rigorous boil for at least two minutes and let cool before consuming.