City of Bloomington Utilities Issues Precautionary Boil Water Advisory

BLOOMINGTON – On Tuesday, March 2, City of Bloomington Utilities (CBU) crews were dispatched to repair a water infrastructure break at the East Winston Street and East Diana Court intersection. This intersection is currently closed; motorists are advised to find alternate routes or adjust their speed accordingly when traveling near the work zone.

Water service is shut off for 4 addresses; those customers are now under a precautionary Boil Water Advisory until 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3. Other customers in the area may have experienced water pressure issues, but only those listed on are under the precautionary Boil Water Advisory.

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) requires all public water systems to issue a Boil Water Advisory when the pressure drops below 20 psi in the water main. Those affected should follow the instructions below:           

  • Immediately after your normal water pressure is restored, run COLD water from a sink or tub until clear water flows from the faucet.
  • Boil all water used for drinking, cooking, and oral hygiene for at least 5 minutes prior to consumption.
  • It is not necessary to boil water for other uses.

Customers who have signed up for the Monroe County Alert will be alerted directly.  Alternatively, CBU customers may refer to the CBU website at for a list of specific addresses affected.  If you have not signed up for the Monroe County Alert, you may do so at and click “Resident Alert Sign Up”. This tool enables CBU and other government offices to provide you with critical information quickly, including tornado warnings and advisories about road closures, missing persons, and evacuations that are specific to your address or the county as a whole. You may register to receive time sensitive messages, via text, email, or phone call, and you may select what types of alerts you would like to receive. 

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the City of Bloomington Utilities at 812-339-1444.