HRH The Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh

The City Council would like to express its sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen on the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Flood Wardens

Flood Wardens provide a link between the local community, emergency services and Wiltshire Council.flood land in salisbury

They give real time information about flood conditions in the event of a flood. 

There are currently 22 Flood Wardens with Councillor Brown as Flood Co-Ordinator.

Salisbury City Council is seeking Flood Wardens for the City. 

View the PDFs below for more information on the Flood Warden training which would be provided:

Understanding Flooding Roles
Flood Risk Awareness

For more information and to get involved, please contact flooding@salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk 

  What Flood Wardens do
Before a flood • Understand flood risk within their local area
• Identify properties at risk of flooding
• Identify vulnerable individuals
• Attend flood plan training and exercises
• Help raise flood awareness 
• Assist with the recruitment of Flood Wardens
During a flood • Prioritise their own safety at all times 
• Follow procedures set out in their Flood Plan 
• Relay information to the local community 
• Follow guidance from the emergency services at all times 
• Provide the emergency services with local knowledge and information 
• Collect information about the flood
After a flood • Submit information they have collected about the flood
• Help to relay information to the local community