Go to any part of rural Oklahoma and have a long cool drink of clean water from the tap. You’ve just enjoyed the efforts Oklahoma’s rural water providers.

Drinking water that pours from rural Oklahomans’ faucets is not only safe and abundant, it’s the essential stuff that makes things grow – from the farm garden and corner cafe to the residential housing addition and the manufacturing plant.

We hope you’ll spend some time with us here to learn more about your water and where it comes from.

ORWA proudly announces the winners of the
2011 Video Contest

First Place - Marlow High School
Kasey McConnell and Donovan Smith

Second Place - Quinton High School
Justin Farrar, Katelynn Wilson, Kristin Reasnor and Aubrey Carpenter

Third Place - Wagoner High School
Cody Metzger, Michael King and Kenady Blaylock

These schools ranked in the Video Top 10 and received $100 cash awards.

  • Cyril High School – Victoria Harvin, Kymber Smith and Shelbie Laughlin

  • Westville High School – Mariah Rose, Morgan McCollum, Cheyenne Kelly and Alisha Jones

  • Oklahoma Christian School – Blakely Elliott and Caitlin Sabbolich

  • McAlester High School – Rayleigh Beck, NiNi White and Nattali Elliott

  • Roland High School – Macey Casher, Pricilla Woodrow, Aubrey Hale and Tyler Wilson

  • Lakewood Christian School – Rachel Golden, Pricilla Pate and Sean Bishop

  • Marlow High School – Johannah Sherrill, Emma Dean, Nick Elroy and Jacob Cole Smiley

We thank all the schools and students who participated in this year’s contest. 


Watch the Top Twenty Videos at: