UPDATE (9:30 A.M.): Water service has been restored to the homes on North Greenbush Road in West Nyack.
The's water's back on in the Nyack area.
Mayor Jen White said the village's water department was able to restore service at about 4 a.m. following Saturday's on North Greenbush Road in West Nyack.
The outage affected about 15,000 Nyack water customers. This morning, service is back for all but about 50 homes in the North Greenbush Road area, White said.
Although water is back, White said the "boil water" advisory for Nyack water customers remains in effect as a health precaution. Also, Nyack water customers may notice some low-pressure or minor discoloration of water as the system gets back to normal.
More information about the how long Nyack water customers should continue to boil water before using is expected out later today.
White noted that Nyack water department crews worked throughout the night to complete repairs that made the restoration of service possible.
Scott Baird, president of the Nyack Chamber of Commerce, says business owners in the village are coping with the water woes.
"A number of the restaurants are open and its business as usual," Baird said today. "They have purchased ice and water. Their comment is - were getting good at this."