Taylor Boil Water Advisory

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Taylor County is under a boil water advisory. Learn how to respond below.

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Watch the Public Service Video below by Stuart Spillman, Environmental Director with the Lake Cumberland District Health Department.

City of Campbellsville Press Release
May 30, 2017

The Boil Water Advisory HAS BEEN LIFTED for customers of Campbellsville Water. We appreciate each person’s patience during this difficult time and we deeply regret this inconvenience for everyone.  We want to thank all those who helped in every aspect of dealing with this emergency caused by the flooding and severe weather.

City of Campbellsville Press Release
May 29, 2017

The water system is recovering really well. All water tanks are more than half full and water service should be restored to all customers.

Water samples for laboratory testing will be taken this morning. That laboratory testing process requires a 24-hour time period.


City of Campbellsville Press Release
May 28, 2017

1. The break in an 18” water line has been located and isolated from the rest of the system. Since the break is isolated, our system is already beginning to recover. Water service for some customers will resume very soon. It will take up to 24 hours for the entire system to recover. A BOIL WATER ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR ALL WATER USED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.

2. Bottled water will be brought into Campbellsville and will be distributed at Taylor County Extension Office on South Columbia Avenue. The time of the distribution will be announced at a press conference at 2:30 PM today.

3. Bridges are out at the following locations:
Long Branch Road & Hwy 70
Fairview Rd
Salem Church Rd – One Lane Open
South Court Street

4. Trees are down in many other locations but the roads are passable.