The San Diego County Department of Environmental Health Thursday lifted a two-week-long Boil Water Order for the Warner Springs Ranch Resort water distribution system.
Winter storms damaged a portion of the resort’s drinking water distribution system, resulting in a complete loss of pressure, according to the DEH.
The Boil Water Order was issued March 2 to ensure that once service was restored, drinking water would be free from bacterial contamination, DEH officials said.
The county said water system infrastructure repairs were made and the distribution system has been disinfected.
Follow-up samples confirmed that no coliform bacteria was in the water supply.
The resort currently is undergoing renovations and is not open to the public.
However, the DEH said the system also provides drinking water to the Warner Springs Ranch Golf Grill, Warner Springs Airport, staff housing and the St. Francis of Assisi Chapel.
–City News Service
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