This study is a descriptive research conducted at New- Takoradi in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolis. The main objective was to determine whether participation sustains water and sanitation projects in the community. S. Seven research questions were posed to aid in the data collection process. The descriptive research design was used to collect the necessary data. A sample size of two hundred and seventy eight (278) was selected from the target households of thousand (1000) in the community. The study also made use of key informants from NGOs, CBOs and the Metropolitan Assembly officials. The results gathered from the field revealed that involving communities at all stages of the project lifecycle will lead to sustainability of the water and sanitation projects. It was also revealed that community participation in projects management in the community was not too good due to poor communication, education and logistics constraints,and made certain recommendations on how to overcome the challenges in future.