Boil Water Advisory Rescinded

August 17, 2022

Brandon, MB -- The City of Brandon wishes to inform residents and businesses that the boil water advisory that was put in place for a portion of the city from south of the Assiniboine River, and west of 18th Street, reaching to our city limits on August 15th, 2022, has been rescinded by the Medical Officer of Health.  


The Brandon water system has met all conditions for rescinding the boil water advisory and the bacteriological testing results have met regulatory standards, including: 

  • Two sets of bacteriological tests in the affected area, including a minimum of five distribution water samples, have been submitted 24 hours apart with results meeting regulatory standards 

  • We have complied with any other directives issued by the Office of Drinking Water or Medical Officer of Health 


City of Brandon Parks & Recreation Services will be opening the Valleyview (77 Whillier Drive) and Westridge (61 Silverbirch Drive) Spray Parks that were closed due to the boil water advisory as of 3:00 p.m. today. 


If residents or businesses have questions, they can contact the City of Brandon Underground Utilities Section during business hours at 204-729-2285.  


To review Fact Sheets on water use, as well as what to do following the Boil Water advisory, please go to