TROY, N.Y. – After testing by the Department of Public Utilities, the City of Troy announced that the boil water advisory issued on September 18, 2023 affecting the "Low Service Area" (including Lansingburgh, Pleasantdale, North Central, Downtown, and South Troy neighborhoods) has been lifted.
Samples were taken and processed according to New York State Department of Health regulations and found that our water is safe to drink.
Customers of the City of Troy public water supply on Campbell Ave that were affected by the water main break are hereby advised by the City of Troy Department of Public Utilities that the boil water advisory that was issued on September 18, 2023 has been lifted.
The advisory was originally issued following a loss of pressure in the City of Troy Water System's Low Service Area due to a 30" cast iron water main break in Lansingburgh. The water main was repaired, flushed and put back into service.
Residents looking for more information should contact the City of Troy Department of Public Utilities at (518) 237-0241 or (518) 237-0611 after hours or the Rensselaer County Department of Health at 518-270-2655.