FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                              Connecticut Department of Public Health

September 9, 2011                                                     Contact: William Gerrish

                                                                                   (860) 509-7270



Hartford – The Department of Public Health updated the list of public water systems under boil water advisory. Currently, 38 small public drinking water systems in the state are under a boil water advisory.


State health officials said it is important that residential customers served by systems that have issued a boil water advisory follow the guidance of their public water system. DPH is monitoring these systems and working to contact small public drinking water systems to determine their status and offer assistance as needed.


The following public drinking water systems are under a boil water advisory:


  • Mar-Lea Park Apts, Ashford
  • Elmwood Court LLC, Bethel
  • 168 Boston Turnpike, Bolton
  • Brooklyn Manor, Brooklyn
  • Campbell Heights Apartments - System #2, Canterbury
  • Aaron Manor Nursing & Rehab Center, Chester
  • Colchester Courtyards, Colchester
  • First Church of Christ Congregational, East Haddam
  • Hemlock Park Associates, Essex
  • Colonial Efficiency Apartments, Groton
  • Rogers Mobile Home Park, Groton
  • Whipples Mobile Home Park, Groton
  • Quonnipaug Hills - Lower System, Guilford
  • Quonnipaug Hills - Section I, Guilford
  • Abby Water LLC, Hebron
  • Hebron Arms Apartments, Hebron
  • Wellswood Estates Foundation, Inc., Hebron
  • Cranberry Bog Apartments, Killingly
  • Lisbon Mobile Homes, Lisbon
  • Grove School - System #2, Madison
  • The Country School, Inc., Madison
  • Orchard Park Ind. Area - 50 Mungertown, Madison
  • Woods Edge Apartments, LLC, Mansfield
  • Uconn Agronomy Research Farm, Mansfield
  • Lyman Orchards - Labor Camp, Middlefield
  • Oakridge Village, Montville
  • Stony Brook Mobile Home Park, Montville
  • Stonington Institute - Main Building, North Stonington
  • Chadwick Homeowners Assn., Inc., Old Lyme
  • Region 18 Schools - Lyme Street, Old Lyme
  • Moosup Garden Apartments, Plainfield
  • Jumbo Apartments, Plainfield
  • Brookview Water Company, Ridgefield
  • Salem Manor Condominiums, System #1, Salem
  • Salem Town Center LLC, Salem
  • River Bend Campground-System #2:Pavilion, Sterling
  • River Bend Campground-System #1:Office, Sterling
  • Childrens Day School of Wilton, Wilton

The updated list of public water systems under a boil water advisory is also available online at (click on “Hurricane Irene: Important Health Information.”)


Homeowners with private wells flooded or damaged by the storm should consider their wells contaminated and disinfect their wells before resuming their use. Information on private wells, as well as a list of laboratories certified to test drinking water, is available online at (click on “Hurricane Irene: Important Health Information.”) DPH Environmental Health staff is also available to answer questions by calling (860) 509-7296.


The Connecticut Department of Public Health is the state’s leader in public health policy and advocacy with a mission to protect and promote the health and safety of the people of our state.  To contact the department, please visit its website at or call (860) 509-7270.