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For the latest information on any disruption caused by flooding see Roadworks & Closures.
Flooding can happen suddenly and with little warning. Even if your area hasn’t flooded before, you don’t live near a river or you stay in a flat above ground level, you could still experience:
Legally, property owners are responsible for their land and property. Residents are expected to take reasonable measures to safeguard and insure themselves against all hazards including flooding.
Different organisations have specific roles to play in flood management. Responsibilities for flooding can be found HERE.
What is Fife Council doing to manage flood risk?
KNOW WHO TO CONTACT
To report a non-emergency flood on the road, you can do this online at the Fife Council Road Faults page.
There are plenty of other ways to stay informed. Find the latest advice:
If you are at immediate risk of flooding contact us on 03451 55 00 11, option 4 (Roads and Transportation).
Remember, telephone lines to the emergency services and Fife Council will be extremely busy during a flooding emergency. Only phone them if you really need to.
If there is evidence of sewage, please call the Scottish Water emergency line on 0845 601 88 55.