VAN BUREN, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — UPDATE: As of 11:07 a.m. Sunday, August 14, all boil orders have been lifted.

The boil order for the customers North of I-40 and including areas south to Hynes Street, between Fayetteville Road and North 13th Street, South to Northview Street, and Mount Vista, Vista Hill, Heritage Heights, and Park Heights, with the exception of Park Ridge Subdivision, has been lifted.

Officials say bacteriological samples taken on Wednesday, August 10, and Thursday, August 11 were found to be free of bacterial contamination and a satisfactory disinfectant level has been established throughout the distribution system.

However, the Park Ridge Subdivision area is still experiencing some colored water, crews will continue to flush the area. The order is expected to last in this area through Sunday afternoon.

Officials say Phase 2 water usage restrictions have also been lifted.

UPDATE: The Arkansas Department of Health has reconfirmed the “Boil Water” Notice. It has extended the “Boil Water” Notice to include south of Hynes Street between Fayetteville Road and North 13th Street, South to Northview Street and Mount Vista, Vista Hills, Heritage Heights and Park Heights.

“The Boil Order Notice is expected to last until sometime next week once water samples have been taken throughout the area,” the Director of Utilities wrote in an email.

The Boil Water Order was a result of water tank maintenance at the treatment plan, according to the news release.

At approximately 5:30 p.m. on August 5, the Arkansas Department of Health issued a “Boil Water” Notice for the area North of I-40 in Van Buren.

According to an ADH press release, the order was issued as a precautionary measure because of “the possibility that contaminated water may have entered the distribution system as a result of a loss in normal system pressure.” Under the “Boil Water” Notice, all affected customers are advised that the water may be unsafe for human consumption, and water used for drinking or food preparation must be boiled briskly for one minute prior to use.

All ice cubes should be discarded and only boiled water should be used for making ice. This notice will be lifted by the Department of Health when one set of five bacteriological samples indicates that the water is “free of bacterial contamination and an adequate disinfectant level is established throughout the distribution system.”