Herefordshire Council is calling for people whose properties have been flooded recently to get in touch.
Over the past few days a number of communities have been affected by flooding across the county.
The Council’s flooding emergency page includes advice and support for ‘After a flood’, including all the latest official road closures and service updates.
While most major routes are now open, a number of smaller roads remain closed, and the Council is calling on those who have suffered property flooding from Storm Henk to let them know by completing a form on its website.
This will help the council to better understand which areas are affected by flooding across the county and may help them to minimise flooding problems there in the future.
It will also enable the council to let people know of any financial support from government that may be made available to help them recover.
Cllr Philip Price, Cabinet Member Transport and Infrastructure, said: “One of the key ways to help our county become more flood resilient in the future is to learn from flooding experiences. This is why it is so important that anybody affected gets in touch and helps us to develop as clear and broad a picture as possible of how flooding affects our county, and how we can best safeguard and respond to future flooding events.
“There is a wealth of support on offer, but by sharing your vital local knowledge, you can make a big difference in helping to better prevent and combat flooding in future.”
For the latest updates, please keep checking the Herefordshire Council website and follow @HfdsCouncil on Facebook and Twitter.
To find out more about the support and guidance available please visit www.herefordshire.gov.uk/floods