AUSTIN (KXAN) — A number of cities are starting to lift boil water notices. We’ll add them here as each city or utility makes that announcement.

Travis County

Austin – Austin Water fully lifted its boil water notice Tuesday.

Austin Colony – Boil water notice issued Feb. 17 has been rescinded, according to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Windermere Community – Boil water notice from Feb. 16 has been rescinded and normal water pressure levels have returned and testing confirmed the water is bacteria free.

Williamson County

Brushy Creek – The Brushy Creek MUD has lifted its boil water notice.

Georgetown – The city removed 18,900 customers from the boil water notice already. On Monday afternoon, another 720 people in Florence were also cleared. Georgetown has an outage map for its boil water notice.

Hutto – The Jonah Specialty Utility District lifted its boil water notice around noon Tuesday. It had put it in place Feb. 17.

Leander – Leander lifted its notice Tuesday but said Stage 4 water restrictions are still in effect. It had been put in place Feb. 16.

Round Rock – Round Rock’s water supply was never under a boil water notice. Its water remained safe to drink through the entirety of the winter weather event. However, some residents are under municipal utility districts that may have issued boil water notices.

Hays County

Buda – The boil water notice for east of Onion Creek was lifted Monday morning. That includes the neighborhoods of Old Town/Downtown Buda, Sequoyah, Bonita Vista, Bradfield Village, Ashford Park, and the commercial area along Interstate 35.

San Marcos – Boil water advisory lifted for all customers.

Kyle – Water service has been fully restored and the boil water notice has been lifted.

Wimberley – Wimberley rescinded its boil water notice from Wimberley Supply Corp on Sunday.

Bastrop County

Bastrop – Bastrop has ended its boil water notice for all three of its city zones, including Zone 2, the last of the three to return full water service.

Notable cities where boil water notice has not ended

Pflugerville – The city’s water distribution system has fully pressurized, but the boil water notice remains in effect for now. City staff said they were flushing the system Sunday and could then collect samples for water quality testing on Monday.