SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency has lifted boil advisories for the towns of Old Shasta and Keswick, two communities that endured the Carr Fire in late July.
According to county health officials, the water systems have been flushed and water samples collected from experts have shown that the water is now safe to drink.
The "do not drink" notice for the Whiskeytown National Recreation area headquarters facility is still in place as of Wednesday evening.
- Boil Advisories Lifted for Old Shasta and Keswick
- Boil water advisory issued for Shasta County
- Boil Water Advisory for Sugarloaf in Shasta County Rescinded
- Boil Water Advisory For Castella Area of Shasta County Rescinded
- Boil Advisory Issued for Sugarloaf in Shasta County
- Water releases increased again for Shasta and Keswick dams
- Releases from Shasta and Keswick dams increasing even more
- Boil Water Advisory Issued Following Carr Fire
- Boil Water Advisory Canceled for Clear Creek and Centerville
- Brandy Creek Beach Swim Advisory Lifted at Whiskeytown Lake