17 January 2014
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Local communities are being advised to remain aware of the potential for further flooding after overnight rain has caused river levels to rise again.
A flood alert has been issued for the Hoe Stream and River Wey at Old Woking. The Council will continue to monitor river levels over the weekend and will issue further sandbags as requested if properties are threatened.
Residents can find out the latest flood warnings by visiting the Environment Agency website. To contact the Environment Agency's floodline, please call 08459 881188.
Be prepared. Check our helpful checklist.
Stay up-to-date with the latest weather reports, listen out for local radio or television reports or visit the Met Office website.
For information on how to protect your property and what to do in the event of flooding, please visit the Council's flood webpages.