Oakland County, Michigan/Boil Water Notice

Boil Water Notice

Updated 9:50am October 30, 2017

THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY HAS BEEN LIFTED FOR ALL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH LAST WEEK'S WATER MAIN REPAIR ON 14 MILE ROAD:

  • Bloomfield Township
  • Commerce
  • Farmington Hills - North of 696 as well as the section in northwest Farmington Hills affected by low pressure on Friday.
  • Keego Harbor
  • Novi – In the area bounded by 14 mile on the north, 8 mile on the south, Napier on the west, and Haggerty on the east.
  • Novi Township
  • Oakland Township - specifically the subdivisions: The Hills of Oakland and Kings Pointe
  • Orchard Lake
  • Rochester Hills - north of Hamlin and west of Livernois
  • Sylvan Lake
  • Walled Lake
  • West Bloomfield Township
  • Wixom

The Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner has issued the all clear for northwest Farmington Hills on its boil water advisory. Residents, businesses, schools, restaurants and healthcare facilities may return to normal water usage AFTER each reviews the “Before you drink the water” checklists issued by the Oakland County Health Division. To download the checklists, go to OakGov.com/Health.

This concludes all boil water alerts associated with last week’s water main repair on 14 Mile Road. Read the full press release.


What To Do After The Advisory Ends?

  • Before You Drink The Water: Health Division Warns Of Continued Health Concerns Following Boil Water Advisory. Read full press release here.
  • Click here for information and for residents, schools, businesses, restaurants, pool operators, and healthcare facilities for a checklist for what to do when the boil water advisory ends. 


For up-to-date public health information, visit www.oakgov.com/health or find Public Health Oakland on Facebook and Twitter @publichealthOC.