Parts of Melbourne under precautionary boil water notice

MELBOURNE, Fla. — The city of Melbourne shut down water feeds Thursday before Hurricane Matthew made landfall.

Water service has been restored Friday to all Melbourne customers living in beachside communities south of Pineda causeway.

The city issued a boil water notice as a precaution for customers who are eating, drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes, officials said.

Customers should boil water for at least one minute, officials said.

This precautionary boil water notice only affects all City of Melbourne water beachside customers south of Pineda Causeway, including Satellite Beach, Indian Harbour Beach, Indialantic and Melbourne Beach, officials said.

We will alert customers via a Code Red call and will also post information on the city's website as well as the city's Twitter and Facebook pages.