For comprehensive advice on what to do before, during and after flooding visit the Environment Agency website.
- Advice on what to do before, during and after a flood >>
- Advice from the Health Protection Agency on flooding issues >>
- Advice from the Association of British Insurers on flood-related insurance issues >>
Devon County Council provides an Emergency Planning Service, that, in conjunction with the Emergency Services, major utilities and other local authorities, co-ordinates Devon County Council's responses to major emergencies.
For information on Devon County Council’s ongoing flood risk management duties and responsibilities, please see Flood Risk Management.
Devon County Council has a responsibility to clear roads and to drain water off roads. Select Drainage if you wish to report flooding on the road.
The exceptional storms that have swept the South West have caused extensive flooding and affected many communities and infrastructure across Devon. This has involved a multi agency response from the Emergency Services and Local Authorities.
Devon County Council are now leading on the recovery phase of this flood incident and will continue to work in partnership with Emergency Services, the Environment Agency, South West Water and local District Councils to co-ordinate the recovery and to progress investigations into the causes of the flooding. Actions and solutions can then be taken forward.
Also on devon.gov.uk
Other Web Sites