Published Thursday, 13 February 2020
Flood alerts and warnings have been issued for parts of Waverley, following Storm Dennis.
Flood warnings and alerts have been issued for across the borough, including the River Wey at Elstead, Godalming and Tilford and Cranleigh Waters at Bramley, Cranleigh and Shamley Green (as of Monday 17 Feb 20).
A flood barrier has been put up at Catteshall Road in Godalming. It is likely to remain in place until Wednesday. Please respect the road closures.
For the latest flood warnings and alerts visit the Gov.uk website
How to prepare
It is the responsibility of property owners to take action to protect their property from flooding. There are no defences that can guarantee protection from flooding events. However you can prepare in advance to reduce the risks.
Please note there is no requirement for the council to provide sandbags to properties. We only have a limited supply and our first priority will be to support and assist the vulnerable in our community and safeguard essential community buildings as appropriate.
Sandbags can be purchased from DIY or building supplies shops.
In Immediate risk?
If your life is in danger please call the emergency services on 999.
If you are expereincing flooding call the Environment Agency Incident Hotline on 0800 80 70 60.
If you are a Waverley housing tenant, report damage to your property on our out of hours emergency number: 01483 523200.
Blocked roads and fallen trees
You can report blocked roads or report fallen trees to Surrey County Council online or call their contact centre on 0300 200 1003 .
In some areas, you can sign up for flood warnings by text, email or phone.