SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The boil water advisory previously issued for the Clear Creek Community service district and Centerville Community Service District have been canceled.
According to Amy Travis from Shasta County Emergency Operation Center, there is still an advisory in effect for Old Shasta.
No other water systems have reported water quality issues.
The water in Redding is also safe to drink and does not need to be boiled.
For more information, residents can go to this website.
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