Authorities on Friday lifted the boil-water order in Pacific Junction, Iowa, after tests indicated that it was no longer necessary, according to Glenwood Municipal Utilities.
Sewer service was not available Friday. The utility said people should refrain from using bathrooms and drains.
Anyone wishing to have their water service restored should go to the Glenwood Municipal Utilities office at 7 North Vine St. in Glenwood from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Someone should be at the residence when the water is turned on, the utility said.
People planning to demolish their home were asked to contact Glenwood Municipal Utilities first so workers can remove water meters and related units.