A mandatory "boil water advisory" for the Mora Inn and RV Park Water System, located in Mora County, was issued by the New Mexico Environment Department Oct. 10 and lifted Tuesday (Oct. 17).
The water system was required to issue the advisory after E. coli was detected in repeat drinking water samples from the water system, which is a "non-transient, non-community public water system located approximately 5 miles northwest of Mora" and serves about 75 people a day.
The Drinking Water Bureau's advisory has since been lifted. However, boil advisories remain in place at a Sugarite Canyon State Park campground in Colfax County, as well as for the Vallecitos mutual domestic association in Río Arriba County.
For more information on boil advisories, visit env.nm.gov/drinking_water/boil-water-advisories.