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The Chautauqua County Health Department, in collaboration with the Village of Fredonia, has lifted the boil water order for all Village of Fredonia water customers, including those outside the Village boundaries. This decision comes after two consecutive days’ sample results indicate that the water throughout the distribution system is safe for various purposes including drinking, cooking, and making ice.

It is recommended that all plumbing lines that have not been regularly used since the boil water went into effect should be flushed before consuming water from that line, including ice makers and refrigerator water dispensers. If you have not been receiving regular updates and alerts regarding the boil water order, it is encouraged to sign up for the NY Alert system at alert.ny.gov/sign-ny-alert-0.

For more information or questions relating to municipal water systems, it is advised to visit the New York State Department of Health website at www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/. Additionally, residents can call the Village of Fredonia at (716) 679-2307 and Chautauqua County Health Department permitted facilities can call the Health Department directly at (716) 753-4481. Press releases issued by Chautauqua County will be posted on the County website at chqgov.com/news.

The Chautauqua County Health Department is a leading Public Health organization in Chautauqua County committed to supporting community health. The Health Department takes innovative approaches to provide technical assistance to partner organizations and offers various programs and services to help prevent disease, protect public health, and promote the overall health and wellness of the community. For more information, visit www

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