The City of Liberty has lifted the low pressure boil water advisory for the southern portions of the City of Liberty.
City officials lifted the order on May 22, after test results from water samples taken May 21, showed that the water is safe to drink.
The City initially declared the advisory because a major water main break and the necessary repair resulted in a loss of pressure on May 21, 2011 that affected a large portion of the public water system.
When water pressure is low, conditions exist which could allow contamination to enter the distribution system or household plumbing.
To assure that possible contamination is removed from customer plumbing all customers should flush all the water lines in their home, business or building by operating all water faucets (both hot and cold) and flushing toilets. If, after repeated flushing, a customer notices colored or odorous water that should be reported by calling 816.439.4702 on Sunday or 439.4517 on Monday.