The study recommends the need to determine the recharge rate of ground water aquifers in order to guide the development of wells for sustainable water provision; mobilising people and sensitising them on the best practices for water management and use; ensuring water sources are legal and metered to facilitate efficient use, minimise wastage and raise revenue for enhancing water resources development; investing in more friendly water drawing systems to enable women and children access water with ease; investing in more public water points to supply affordable water to all with minimal cost especially in consideration of the financially disadvantaged groups; enhancing water storage and distribution to reduce distances traveled in search of water; and sensitising the community on water sources management, protection and effective waste disposal to avoid contamination, possible disease outbreaks and accidents.