With the continued residential and industrial growth of the unincorporated area, the infrastructure for the Bryan County Water and Sewer System is ever expanding.  This water system provides citizens with a dependable source of drinking water and its availability helps to keep insurance ratings low within its service area in the unincorporated portion of the county.  The system currently consists of 5 wells with the flow of 1,000 gallons per minute.  The system also is made up of 20 miles of transmission lines that must be maintained and currently consists of 500 customers.  The Water and Sewer Department makes it possible for responsible residential development and has helped to make Bryan County the 22nd fastest growing county in the Nation for 2014-2015 according to the Census.  Mr. Kirk Croasmun oversees the operations along with the capital planning of the water and sewer infrastructure.