Water service back for customers in St. Mark Road area

Boil water advisory sill in effect

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Thursday, November 26, 2020

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Water service back for customers in St. Mark Road area
Updated 6:48 Thursday

Boil water advisory lifted

The boil water advisory issued for Saint Mark Road and adjoining streets has been lifted.   It is safe for customers to use their water as normal.

Repairs for a damaged fire hydrant are complete and water service is back on for customers living in the Saint Mark Road area.


Greer CPW reported customers should boil their water for one minute before drinking or cooking. Customers are asked to do this out of an abundance of caution because bacteria may have grown in the waterlines, reported CPW. 

Approximately 550 customers have been impacted for the boil water advisory. 

Per DHEC rules, water samples must remain in the incubator for 24 hours. CPW will know at approximately 6:37 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day whether the boil water advisory can be lifted.

More questions/answers on boil water advisories can be found here https://www.greercpw.com/faq/#water.

Around 2 a.m. Wednesday, a car hit a fire hydrant and knocked out water service to customers at Saint Mark Road from Highway 29 to the intersection of Lincoln Drive. The following customers were affected:


Allium Way
Butterfly Way
Calalla Court
Chick Springs Road
Clematis Drive
Crescentwood Court
Gentian Court
Glades Court 

Gold Thread Way
Hayden Court
Kelsey Drive
Laura Allison Court
Lyle Drive
McConnell Road
Mossy Rock Court
Mountain Gap Road
Red Clover Lane
Red Rock Lane
Rockcrest Circle
Rockcrest Drive
Rock Slide Court
Rolling River Way
Rye Court
Sandwort Lane
Sturgeon Bay Drive
Twinflower Drive
Tyra Lane
Waukegan Way







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