Pamlico County boil water advisory lifted one day after it was issued


BAYBORO, N.C. (WNCT) — The boil water advisory for parts of Pamlico County has been lifted, county officials said Tuesday.


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Pamlico County officials have issued a boil water and low-pressure advisory for residents due to a water plant malfunction.

The advisory is for the following areas in Pamlico County, including Bayboro and Stonewall, parts of Alliance, Maribel, Florence, Whortonville and Paradise Shores:

  • NC HWY 55 from Cooper Road in Alliance going East to Trent Road including all adjacent roads
  • • Millpond Road
  • • Highway 304 to the intersection of HWY 307 and including all adjacent roads
  • • Florence Road and all adjacent roads
  • • Whortonsville Road and all adjacent roads
  • • Browns Creek Road
  • • Straight Road from Browns Creek Road to Trent Road and all adjacent roads
  • • Trent Road

Bottled water is available for residents who are impacted. It can be picked up from 2-6 p.m. at the Pamlico County Public Services Office at 208 North Street in Bayboro. The bottled water is available on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last.

If you are shut in or need transportation, call the Pamlico County Water Department at (252) 745-5453 to arrange for someone to drop off water.

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