Mount Dora city employees are working to determine what caused a water main break Sunday that impacted about 3,000 residents.
A spokeswoman for the City of Mount Dora advised there is a boil water notice for the next 48 hours that impacts residents on the east side of town. This area is from State Road 44 to the Orange County line.
The boil water advisory pertains to residents who had low water pressure Sunday. The notice is only for consuming, which includes drinking, cooking baking and brushing teeth. Officials say bathing and showering are safe.
As many as 3,000 Mount Dora residents experienced the low water pressure due to a main beak in the area of Lincoln Avenue and State Road 441 Sunday evening, according to the city's communication officer.
A city advisory stated that Mount Dora Middle School and Mount Dora High School are under the water boil notice. The major subdivisions impacted by this incident include the County Club of Mount Dora, Lakes of Mount Dora, Summerbrooke, Stoneybrook Hills, Sullivan Ranch.