MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLNS) — The conserve water notice that was issued for East Lansing and Meridian Township on Wednesday has been lifted, according to officials.

A contractor from Wixom was able to make the emergency repair on Thursday.

The notice for residents was issued after a water line was damaged at a plant.

Officials said one of the main transmission water lines at the East Lansing and Meridian Township Water System plant was damaged on Tuesday, which caused officials to not be able to treat water for its residents.

The Lansing Board of Water and Light had linked water lines available so residents under the advisory were not left without any water to use.

If your water bill comes from Meridian Township or East Lansing, you are a customer of the East Lansing and Meridian Township Water System.

During a water conservation notice, officials recommended that you:

  1. Do not take baths at this time.
  2. Limit showers (in frequency and duration) to the greatest extent possible.
  3. Wait to do laundry and dishes.
  4. Refrain from all other high uses of water.

For more information, you may contact Joel Martinez of the East Lansing – Meridian Water and Sewer Authority at (517) 337-7535.