The primary function of WQD is to maintain clean water for Oklahoma by regulating facilities that produce and distribute public drinking water and that treat, transport, store, and discharge wastewater.
WQD is also responsible — in cooperation with other state agencies — for maintaining water quality standards in Oklahoma’s lakes, rivers, and streams.
More information about each program within the Water Quality Division can be found by clicking the links below.

PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY

Its what you drink! Whats in it and what do we do to make sure its safe?

WASTEWATER & STORMWATER

You used it! Now what happens to it? What can be done to clean it up so we can enjoy it?

CONSTRUCTION PERMITS

If you build it, they will come! Let us help make sure what you build is safe and will do the job.

WATERSHED PLANNING

It all runs down hill from here! So what is running down the hill and how much can be safely discharged?

OPERATOR CERTIFICATION

Its a dirty job, but someones got to do it. We’ll help you learn how and certify that you know what you’re doing!

WATER QUALITY COUNCIL

This group represents you and tells us how to better serve you.

Forms

All forms for Water Quality Division related programs are listed below in alphabetical order. If you a looking for a form related to a specific program but do not know the name, you may be able to find it more easily by navigating to the program where the forms should also be available.

Draft Permits

Visit the Permits for Public Review page to view and comment on draft permits.