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Water quality is very important in fish farming as poor quality water can affect the health and growth of the fishes. It is important that farmer pay attention to the water’s chemical and physical factor. Surface Water Quality in rural communities in Olamaboro was assessed to determine the impact of human activities on the water quality. Water samples were collected from four sample sites (A-D) during the wet season and analysed using Phisiochemical and Biological Parameter. Results from the study shows that DO mean level of water sample site I is 7.0+02 and PH mean level 7.4+01 which are within the permissible range by WHO for drinking water. The mean value for colour variation 4.6+4.3, Odour 73.9+4.1 Turbidity9.6 +5.8 which indicate that the water is Biologically polluted. Physiochemicalaly the water sample from site II, III, and IV. Are polluted. The Author advocates Water catchment protection and Household point of use treatment among others.