The greatest risk to the area of Warwick district is the fluvial flooding of the rivers Leam and Avon and its other river systems.

Current flooding situation

Flood status

Report flooding

If you are in a dangerous or life-threatening situation, call the emergency services on 999.

Flooding on the roads, highways, public drains and gullies – report to Warwickshire County Council Highways 01926 412515.

Flooding on major trunk roads and motorways – report to Highways England on 0300 123 5000.

Call the Environment Agency Floodline number on: 0345 988 1188 if you see flooding from:

  • collapsed or badly damaged river banks;
  • flooding from main rivers;
  • main rivers blocked by a vehicle or fallen tree causing risk of flooding;
  • unusual changes in river flow

Call Severn Trent Water on 0800 783 4444 if you see flooding from sewers and burst water mains.

Flooding information pack

Useful downloads and links on how to prepare for flooding, and what to do before, during and after flooding.

Insurance for homes affected by flooding

Flood Re is a joint Government and insurance industry initiative to enable you to find affordable insurance for qualifying properties that are at risk of flooding or have been flooded. For details about the scheme and eligibility visit the Flood Re website.

Support for farmers 

Government opens fund to support farmers affected by flooding.

The fund will support farmers who suffered uninsurable damage to their land due to flooding earlier this year with grants of between £500 and £25,000

Government opens fund to support farmers affected by flooding