The Coleman City Council met Monday, February 22, at 4:00 pm at City Hall. Mayor Pro-Tem Sharlene Hetzel presided in the absence of Mayor Tommy Sloan. It was announced during the meeting by City Manager, Diana Lopez, that just before the Council meeting, the city received word back from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality that the Boil Water Notice has been lifted. "We've been on a water boil notice for the city limits of Coleman. We received our sampling back from TCEQ Labs and at this time we are no longer required to boil water for drinking, cooking or ice making. Everything has been lifted," Lopez said. The official city press release is below.
CITY OF COLEMAN
February 22, 2021
City lifts boil water notice for City of Coleman Residents
The City issued a boil water notice on February 17, 2021 for customers in the City of Coleman area. Water quality testing submitted to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has confirmed that tap water meets all regulatory standards and is safe to drink. Customers are no longer required to boil water used for drinking, cooking, and making ice. The boil water notice has been lifted.
We appreciate everyone’s patience over the last several days. For more information, contact the City of Coleman Water Treatment Plant at (325) 625-5412.