Water main break and boil water advisory in Ravena

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RAVENA, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Ravena Mayor Bill Misurac has confirmed a water main break and boil water advisory in Ravena. Most residents will either have low water pressure or no water pressure.

On Tuesday afternoon, the village of Ravena declared a water state of emergency that includes a boil water advisory that extends to the residents who receive water in the town of Coeymans Hamlet and the New Baltimore Water District.

Crews are currently looking for the water main break. If you see water laying above ground, contact mayor Bill Misuraca on Facebook or contact the Ravena Water Department at (518) 756-2024.

The Ravena Firehouse on Main Street is set up to dispense non-drinkable water to affected residents. It’s meant to be used for washing up and flushing toilets.

Drive through the first bay of the firehouse to be filled up. Bring your own containers. Ravena is in the process of procuring bottled drinking water, with first priority to our vulnerable citizens (senior housing, etc.) If you or someone you know may need to be prioritized, please contact the village office at 518 756 8233.

It is unknown when the water main break will be fixed or when the boil water advisory will end. Watch NEWS10 Live for live updates.

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