In an emergency
If you have a flooding emergency where there is danger to life please call 999 or 112.
Although Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue’s main responsibility is saving lives, they may also help pump out floodwater from your property depending on how busy they are.
During a flood incident you should focus on the safety of yourself and others and make sure to stay out of floodwater. Go to Northamptonshire County Council's Flood Toolkit (opens in a new window) page for more details on what to do.
For non-emergencies the nature of the flooding depends who you report the flood to.
Main River Flooding: The Environment Agency (opens in a new window)
Burst Water Mains and Sewer Flooding: Local water company: Anglian Water - Severn Trent Water - Thames Water - all open in a new window.
Flooding on motorways and some A-roads (A5, A14, A45, A43): Highways England (opens in a new window)
Flooding on other roads: Northamptonshire Highways (opens in a new window)
Surface water, groundwater, ordinary watercourses: Northamptonshire County Council
Find out more on the County Council's Floodkit
After a flood, regardless of who you initially reported it to, please also report it to the county council here
Sign-up for flood updates
You can sign up to receive flood warnings from the Environment Agency here