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Live Flood Warnings and Advice 

Who to contact about flooding

If the flooding is an emergency with potential risk to life, please call the emergency services immediately on 999

For flooding affecting a highway, please report it to Northamptonshire Highways on 0300 126 1000

If the flood is from a main river, please call the 24hr Floodline at 0345 988 1188

If the flooding is from a sewer, please call the Anglian Water emergency line 08457 145145

If the flooding is water draining from a brook/river/stream etc please contact the Environment Agency on 0800 807060 (their emergency telephone number)

For non-emergency flooding, please report via Northamptonshire County Council's Report A Flood Form

Flooding Advice For The Public from Public Health England and The Environment Agency

Flooding: Advice for the public

Current flood warnings

Visit the Met Office website to see current flood warnings.

Get prepared: Flood Toolkit

Flooding can happen at any time and sometimes with little warning. Therefore preparation is key to making sure you, your family and your friends are safe, as well as reducing the damage to your home and treasured belongings.

The Northamptonshire Flood Toolkit website can help you get prepared for flooding.

Community flood preparation: Pathfinder II

Pathfinder II aims to facilitate community-led improvements in resilience and preparedness amongst communities who are at risk of surface water flooding in Northamptonshire, complementing other flood risk management activities.

Sandbags and pumping out

Please contact your relevant Local Authority for support;

North Northamptonshire Council 0300 1263000 Lines are open Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5pm 


Flooded business premises

If flood water has entered your business premises then call your Local Authority's Environmental Health team.

You must call us if there is believed to be:

  • a risk to public health or
  • a food premises serving food has been flooded or
  • a property/premises where Environmental Health is the enforcing authority has been flooded.
Last updated: Monday 7th June 2021 11:13:37 AM
Review date: Thursday 2nd June 2022 11:11:40 AM