Our Mission

At Okfuskee Co Rural Water District 3, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

Okfuskee County RWD #3 has new payment services. You can now view your current balance due online or on a mobile device. You can pay online, download a free payment app to a smart phone or tablet or call to pay. The new PSN service also provides an auto pay option. We accept credit cards as well as checking or savings payments. We hope you enjoy the new services. Learn more...

Conservation Tips

There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...

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Facebook and Service

September 18, 2018

   Facebook is a wonderful thing, it has many use's. It is used to share love, sympathy, news, gripes, and complaints. However it is the worst service desk in the world, as it is slow to get things done, and the personal service you get is the absolute worst. It can cause service to become difficult. No one likes their work to be openly criticised and not all criticism is justified, especially when it is not the providers fault. The water district often gets thrown onto Facebook for dirty water issues. These issues are often times things that can be taken care of, if the water district is notified. This is the reason the district has a emergency phone, the number being 918 716-4141. Once...

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Drinking Water Week

Drinking Water Week

May 01, 2019

Did you know that May 5-11 is Drinking Water WeekA week to celebrate WATER! May 5 kicks off this year’s Drinking Water Week with an invitation to “Protect the Source." "The American Water Works Association and the water community across North America will celebrate Drinking Water Week by recognizing the vital role drinking water plays in our daily lives, and how we can take personal responsibility in caring for our tap water and protecting it at its source. “When we get to know our local drinking water sources, we come to understand that it is our duty as consumers and community stewards to protect and preserve them,” said AWWA Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance. “Drinking Water Week provides a great opportunity to learn the various ways in which we can each protect our source water so it’s available for future generations.”  AWWA

 

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