The City of Twin Falls has issued a Water Advisory for city water users in North Twin Falls, which affects users north of Addison Avenue from the east city limits to the west city limits. This is a precautionary measure following a water line break Friday morning.

At approximately 9:20 a.m. on Friday, March 11, contractors working on the Cheney Drive Extension Project struck a water main near the intersection of North College Road and Frontier Road. The waterline break is continuing to lose a significant amount of water, which is causing reduced water pressure to residents and businesses in north Twin Falls.

City workers are on the scene and working to use a system of waterline valves to isolate the ruptured line and restore water pressure to citizens. The City will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates to the public.

A Water Advisory is a precautionary measure, which encourages water users to do the following:

- Boil drinking water
- Drink bottled water
- Use a certified filtration unit for drinking water
- Water is safe for all other uses, and does not require boiling or treatment

For updated information, please continue to follow the City Alerts on the city’s website at www.tfid.org or by calling 208-735-7287.