The Oklahoma Water Resources Board The Water Agency

Rural Water Systems

Rural Water Systems of Oklahoma cover

Building upon the OWRB's successful publication, Rural Water Systems of Oklahoma (1980 and 1988), the latest online update of Oklahoma's rural water supply systems includes the most comprehensive and concise information available on these vitally important facilities. Particularly useful to system managers, engineers, water resource managers, and planning officials, this information assists in the development and improvement of existing systems and serves as an important tool making local economic development decisions. Systems commonly utilize the information in planning system extensions, merging customer information, and reducing response times to local emergencies.

Water Board staff continue to collect and maintain digital information from more than 750 individual rural water systems located throughout Oklahoma. Geographic Information System (GIS) attribute data-including water line sizes and system/municipal boundaries-is available for each system, along with contact information, system size, population served, and type of water source. GIS coverages of the water systems and lines can be downloaded below; updated system maps may also be viewed through the OWRB's Interactive Maps. For related GIS requests, please contact the OWRB.

The OWRB extends thanks to the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, Oklahoma Rural Water Association, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, University of Oklahoma Geo Information Systems, and water system operators throughout Oklahoma for their collaboration and assistance in maintaining updated information on the state's rural water systems.

Statewide Map of Rural Water Systems


statewide map of rural water systems

Rural Water System County Maps

The 1995 county maps below and their associated rural water systems (linking to PDF files) are also available below.

Adair   [PDF 349Kb]
Alfalfa   [PDF 345Kb]
Atoka   [PDF 409Kb]
Beaver   [PDF 679Kb]
Beckham   [PDF 413Kb]
Blaine   [PDF 344Kb]
Bryan   [PDF 452Kb]
Caddo   [PDF 513Kb]
Canadian   [PDF 404Kb]
Carter   [PDF 527Kb]
Cherokee   [PDF 579Kb]
Choctaw   [PDF 355Kb]
Cimarron   [PDF 412Kb]
Cleveland   [PDF 550Kb]
Coal   [PDF 294Kb]
Comanche   [PDF 626Kb]
Cotton   [PDF 284Kb]
Craig   [PDF 285Kb]
Creek   [PDF 698Kb]
Custer   [PDF 375Kb]
Delaware   [PDF 486Kb]
Dewey   [PDF 413Kb]
Ellis   [PDF 424Kb]
Garfield   [PDF 440Kb]
Garvin   [PDF 732Kb]
Grady   [PDF 474Kb]
Grant   [PDF 333Kb]
Greer   [PDF 312Kb]
Harmon   [PDF 223Kb]
Harper   [PDF 485Kb]
Haskell   [PDF 318Kb]
Hughes   [PDF 426Kb]
Jackson   [PDF 341Kb]
Jefferson   [PDF 353Kb]
Johnston   [PDF 350Kb]
Kay   [PDF 395Kb]
Kingfisher   [PDF 326Kb]
Kiowa   [PDF 456Kb]
Latimer   [PDF 377Kb]
LeFlore   [PDF 915Kb]
Lincoln   [PDF 421Kb]
Logan   [PDF 378Kb]
Love   [PDF 309Kb]
Major   [PDF 386Kb]
Marshall   [PDF 319Kb]
Mayes   [PDF 462Kb]
McClain   [PDF 314Kb]
McCurtain   [PDF 1068Kb]
McIntosh   [PDF 450Kb]
Murray   [PDF 259Kb]
Muskogee   [PDF 505Kb]
Noble   [PDF 367Kb]
Nowata   [PDF 339Kb]
Okfuskee   [PDF 330Kb]
Oklahoma   [PDF 782Kb]
Okmulgee   [PDF 398Kb]
Osage   [PDF 1349Kb]
Ottawa   [PDF 307Kb]
Pawnee   [PDF 350Kb]
Payne   [PDF 382Kb]
Pittsburg   [PDF 873Kb]
Pontotoc   [PDF 482Kb]
Pottawatomie   [PDF 392Kb]
Pushmataha   [PDF 630Kb]
Roger_Mills   [PDF 450Kb]
Rogers   [PDF 501Kb]
Seminole   [PDF 431Kb]
Sequoyah   [PDF 425Kb]
Stephens   [PDF 444Kb]
Texas   [PDF 562Kb]
Tillman   [PDF 481Kb]
Tulsa   [PDF 544Kb]
Wagoner   [PDF 375Kb]
Washington   [PDF 336Kb]
Washita   [PDF 430Kb]
Woods   [PDF 476Kb]
Woodward   [PDF 493Kb]
Visit, the Oklahoma State Portal
©1998-2016, Oklahoma Water Resources Board
Page last updated: September 02, 2014

This site has been redesigned using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). If you are seeing this message you are using an older browser which lacks support for CSS. Please upgrade your browser to the latest version of Internet Explorer, Netscape or other CSS compatible browser to view this page properly.