Oklahoma Water Resources Board the Water Agency

Frequently Asked Questions


Rural Water Systems

How do I find out if there is a rural water system in my area?

The OWRB's Public Water Supply Systems in Oklahoma map viewer gives a general overview of public water supply systems and their facilities studied as part of the 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP). The data presented includes 775 of the state's larger supply providers, including boundaries and other pertinent information. The Oklahoma Rural Water Association, an organization that represents the interests of the state's rural water systems, may also have information about systems in your area.

Does the OWRB handle complaints about water rates and/or operation of rural water districts?

While the OWRB works periodically with many of the state's rural water districts and related entities, the agency has no jurisdiction over their operation and management. If the problem cannot be resolved locally with the district board or other rule-making body, the Oklahoma Rural Water Association may be able to assist in mediating conflicts.

Rural Water Systems


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