This book, RURAL WATER SUPPLY discusses, essentially, the basic fundamentals of Hydrology and Water Resources. It proffers solutions to the issue of non-availability of safe water for human consumption. It's also emphasized on the importance of spatial distribution of social services such as potable water supply thereby creating an essential platform for rational planning of water scheme most especially in the less developed cities. The book, also, employs much illustration from the local environment as well as the developed nations of the world. In addition, discussions are followed by Plates, Figures and Tables. These efforts are aimed at simplifying the central tenet of the subject, and this is necessary in order to establish a solid foundation for the learners who are, in most cases, very skeptical about water resource management. This book, therefore, serves as a bold step taken towards allaying all categories of fears about Hydrology and Water Resources. More so, tertiary students will benefit immensely from this book as well as anybody else who is interested in water resources management.