SAN DIEGO – The City of San Diego on Monday issued a boil water notice for parts of Tierrasanta, officials announced.

Roughly 600 residents in Tierrasanta are being asked to boil water for the time being as crews work to solve the ongoing issue. The notice comes after a large water transmission line break that occurred Saturday morning in the 5400 block of Governor Drive, according to a press release from the City of San Diego.

The following streets in Tierrasanta have been impacted by the water transmission line break and are encouraged to boil water before drinking or using:

  • Alejo Lane
  • Alejo Place
  • Alejo Street
  • Belardo Drive
  • Callejon Quintana
  • Camino Playa Catalina
  • Casals Place
  • Collegio Drive
  • Corte Playa Catalina
  • Corte Playa Laguna
  • Corte Playa Las Brisas
  • Corte Playa San Juan
  • Jumilla Street
  • Lugar Playa Catalina
  • Mayita Way
  • Montessa Street
  • Ocana Place
  • Oporto Court
  • Oporto Place
  • Playa Catalina
  • Quito Court
  • Renovo Way
  • Seda Drive
  • Terraza Playa Catalina
  • Terraza Quintana
  • Tinasa Way
  • Valdina Drive
  • Valdina Way
  • Via Dominique
  • Via Playa De Cortes
  • Via Playa Los Santos
  • Via Valarta

At this time, officials say it has not been determined if the water is contaminated following the break.

The City of San Diego and the California Division of Drinking Water have installed water wagons in the 5100 block of Corte Playa Catalina and 4800 block of Seda Drive for residents to access water for drinking and cooking. Full service is expected to resume by the end of the week, officials stated.

Additionally, the city issued a reduced water request for major portions of San Diego County, including Bay Park, Clairemont, Kearny Mesa, Linda Vista and Tierrasanta.