The Grand Prairie Bayou Two Public Facilities Board was created in 2006 by the merger of the Grand Prairie Water Users
Association and the Bayou Two Water System. In 2012, the utility became Grand Prairie Bayou Two Public Water Authority.
We serve a customer base of 4,019 in rural northeast Lonoke County in Arkansas with 8 groundwater wells and 3 treatment
facilities with an overall capacity of 2.5 million gallons per day. Because we are owned by those we serve,
our commitment to providing excellent service is paramount to our mission.
We welcome all suggestions and feedback, and encourage you to contact us at any time.