This study aimed to determine the agricultural production and its relation to water supply and consumption in Davao City. This research paper utilized the non-experimental quantitative research design through correlation analysis. The respondents were the persons in charge of the economic data at the offices of the Davao City Water District. The gathered written, typed and electronic copies of the ten year economic panel data were analyzed and interpreted through the utilization of the Mean and Pearson Product Moment Coefficient Correlation statistical tools. The results revealed that the level of agricultural production in terms of cereals, vegetables, leafy vegetables, legumes, and root crops obtained a poor production descriptive equivalent. On the other hand, in terms of fruit crops, a perfect production descriptive equivalent is obtained; meanwhile, in terms of industrial and commercial crops, a descriptive equivalent was very well production was attained. The level of agricultural production attained a less production descriptive equivalent while the level of water supply attained a perfectly supplied descriptive equivalent. The level of water consumption obtained a perfectly consumed descriptive equivalent. There was a significant high positive correlation between agricultural production and water supply in Davao City. There was a significant high positive correlation between agricultural production and water consumption in Davao City.