We are continuing to work with other agencies to provide practical support and advice for residents and businesses affected by flooding as the clean-up operation gets underway.
Many local businesses have been affected by the flooding so we urge you to support them by 'shopping local'. A number of festive events are due to take place over the coming weeks and while the majority will be going ahead, please check with the event organiser before you set out.
You can find out which areas of the county have a flood warning or flood alert in place. You can sign up to receive warnings by email or text.
We urge people to take the following advice when out and about in Derbyshire:
- don't try to drive through flood water
- don't attempt to drive on roads which remain closed
- don't walk, run or cycle in flooded areas
- keep your dog on a lead when near to rivers and flood water
- keep away from the water's edge
You can also get advice on protecting your property from future flooding.
There's been disruption to public transport which may continue over the weekend.
For the most up-to-date information, please check with the relevant bus or train operator before you travel.
We've made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by the recent flooding.
Residents who were evacuated or whose homes have been flooded will be eligible to apply for a one-off emergency payment of £104.
Small or micro businesses whose premises were flooded will be eligible to apply for an emergency payment of £300 to help them cope with immediate, short-term loss of income.
Details of how to apply can be found on our flooding page.
A range of health advice relating to flooding is available from Gov.uk.
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Find out how to contact your local district or borough council.
Pictures of the flood damage