Flooding advice

The Environmental Agency have issued a flood alert for the Chertsey Bourne area in Runnymede. Our engineers are assessing the situation and we will provide updates as available.


We will continue to monitor the situation and work with the Emergency Services to deal with flooding in the borough.

A booklet providing general advice to help you prepare for and stay safe during a flooding incident.
A list of organisations, what they are responsible for and their contact details.
Community Resilience Groups are a way voluntarily support can be provided to your local community to plan for how it manages in the event of an emergency.
You can see if your home or business is at risk from flooding, but remember that every flood is different so you should always be prepared.
There are different types of flooding which can occur almost anywhere - not just near to rivers and coasts.
Advice on what you should and shouldn't do in the event of a flood, or when a flood is expected.
Sandbag provision in an emergency.
Sewage flooding can occur during a flood and is a health hazard. Sewers and drains can also become blocked at any time.