Who to report different types of flooding to
Having experienced the wettest July on record this year, we continue to see the impact of changing weather patterns in our county, including more incidents of flooding.
We've recently significantly improved our year-round maintenance programme to help minimise the impact of flooding in the first place. On a typical day, 14 highways team members are out on our highways network maintaining drains and over the last seven months alone, they have cleaned over 65,300.
Our crews are also on standby 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to respond to emergency flooding incidents across the county, which can be most common during the autumn months as more leaves fall and rainfall is high.
Find out how and who you can report different types of floods to on our flooding webpage.
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