Chateauguay issues 36-hour boil water advisory starting Monday
On Monday, residents in Chateauguay are advised to boil their water as the municipality conducts work on the system.
MONTREAL -- Residents of Chateauguay on Montreal’s South Shore are advised to start boiling their water on Monday.
The municipality sent out a news release saying work is set to begin on the drinking water system May 11, which will result in a boil water advisory for the region and municipalities served by the system.
Therefore, from 8 a.m. Monday and the following 36 hours, residents are advised not to consume tap water without boiling it for at least a minute.
Samples will be taken on the day and a notice will be issued when the labs have confirmed water quality is back to excellent.