Eye on Calderdale

Eye on Calderdale – your one stop website for up to date information about flooding in Calderdale.

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Did you know almost 5 million people in England are at risk of flooding? Even if you don’t live near a river, you may be affected by surface water flooding. Find out about the steps you can take to reduce your flood risk as well as information on flood alerts, advice on protecting your property, and more on https://eyeoncalderdale.com/.

Visit the About and Be Prepared sections on the website to:

  • Check your flood risk
  • Register for free flood warnings
  • Know what to do when flooding happens
  • Report a hazard
  • Protect your property

The website provides a map of all the areas of Calderdale including some surrounding areas, indicating current flood risks.

There are several resources for dealing with floods, its impacts and useful numbers for when you need them.

Calderdale’s flooding website has had an upgrade!

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Flooding in Calderdale – Eye on Calderdale

 

The redeveloped Eye on Calderdale website has a new look and improved functionality to make it easier to access and find the information required.

The site has been completely transformed to better support businesses and residents across the borough. The changes have been developed with feedback from local people and partners and include a range of new features to improve functionality and make it more user-friendly. The new site features:

 

  • A simplified flood alerts section that enables information about flood warnings and alerts to be accessed easily and quickly.
  • A more intuitive navigation and menu system to improve the user experience.
  • A modern and dynamic design to build trust and recognition and improve readability.

The website is packed with information that’s useful at any time, supporting communities before, during, and after a flood. There’s lots of guidance about preparing for flooding and regular updates about the flood prevention and resilience works taking place in Calderdale.

Flooding in Calderdale – Eye on Calderdale