Baldwin County under boil, conserve water advisories | News
Baldwin County residents are being advised to boil their water and to conserve it as well.
The advisories do not include the city of Milledgeville.
Baldwin County has experienced water interruptions due to "extreme weather conditions, excessive usage and water pipe breaks," a county news release states.
Water pressure is dropping to "dangerous levels" in certain parts of the system, the boil-water notice reads.
To protect from potential health risks related to the low water pressure, people in Baldwin County should boil their water before drinking, cooking or preparing baby food with it.
The water should boil for at least one minute after it reaches a rolling boil, the news release states.
Residents are advised to continue boiling their water until they are notified not to.